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worth every penny!!!

This song is so good, the beat, the lyrics, their voices, everything about it is flawless! Elektra and Miranda never fail to impress, as usual! I would buy this song 10,000 times If I could :)

When are they coming to NYC though???

I can't wait for "Lucid Dreaming" I love literally every song they've released so far, I'm a fan since their very beginning ❤️ Say Lou Lou for life! 🙌

Why is it $1.29 here, but free on the album?

It just doesn't make sense, but besides that it's a really good song!

Biography

Formed: 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Say Lou Lou is an Australian/Swedish dream pop duo formed by twin sisters Elektra and Miranda Kilbey. The sisters spent much of their young lives commuting back and forth between their mother's home in Stockholm and their father's (the Church frontman Steve Kilbey) in Sydney, and that geographical disconnect shows in their worldly and distant-sounding musical landscapes. Their self-released debut single, "Maybe You," caught the attention of French electronic label Kitsuné, which released the song...
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Nothing but a Heartbeat - Single, Say Lou Lou
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Feb 06, 2015

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