13 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

LEW fuses the words "lullaby" and "cry" in the title of his debut album—a fusion of folk, indie acoustic and deeply revelatory confessions about intimacy, abandonment and other paradoxes. "A good cry can act as a lullaby; it eases you into a restful state and deep sleep", explains the young singer/songwriter. Lullacry reflects LEW's curiosity as he attempts to puzzle together joy, pain and all points between, and marks the arrival of an assured, fully developed artist.

EDITORS’ NOTES

LEW fuses the words "lullaby" and "cry" in the title of his debut album—a fusion of folk, indie acoustic and deeply revelatory confessions about intimacy, abandonment and other paradoxes. "A good cry can act as a lullaby; it eases you into a restful state and deep sleep", explains the young singer/songwriter. Lullacry reflects LEW's curiosity as he attempts to puzzle together joy, pain and all points between, and marks the arrival of an assured, fully developed artist.

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About LEW

Singaporean singer/songwriter LEW delivers insightful metaphors in a breathy, confessional falsetto played against warm cello and delicately plucked guitar. Selected by the Noise Singapore music mentorship program for a grant in 2015, and later honored with the prestigious NOISE Award, LEW draws from folk and indie pop influences on his debut album, Lullacry, a mix of highly personal musical stories.

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