All 4 Nothing Lauv
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- 3Kids Are Born Stars03:07
- 4Molly In Mexico03:01
- 5All 4 Nothing (I'm So In Love)03:03
- 6Stay Together02:21
- 7Summer Nights02:36
- 8Time After Time02:27
- 9Hey Ari02:48
- 10Better Than This03:33
- 11Bad Trip02:46
- 12I (Don't) Have A Problem02:28
- 13First Grade03:40
Info for All 4 Nothing
The follow-up to 2019’s ‘How I’m Feeling’ sees the singer-songwriter – whose meteoric rise to fame off the back of a string of viral hits left him feeling disconnected from his roots – explore his place in the world across 13 of his most personal tracks yet.
“When I started this album, I was going through a big existential crisis, questioning everything I had and why I had it. I was also struggling a lot with self confidence and wondering if I ever truly had that, where I lost it, etc.” Lauv wrote on an Instagram post the night before “Kids Are Born Star” came out. “I heard somewhere that as kids, we’re all born with this innate confidence and ability to be stars in whatever right that might be,” Lauv explained, “but along the way it’s easy to lose that as the world beats it out of us, and a lot of us forget, so I set out on a journey to find my confidence and where my ‘starpower’ came from.”
Honesty, nostalgia and inner-light are at core of All 4 Nothing. As humans, we tend to shy away from the darkness and spotlight the good, but acceptance and courage is what takes us beyond the horizon and gives us all the strength to move forward. All 4 Nothing, set to release on Aug. 5, 2022, sees the hit maker at his highest and lowest with no pretend. The title song “All 4 Nothing” talks about the depth of love, while “26” takes us to the beginning where everything began to fall apart.
The three singles collectively see a strong sense of spirituality budding in Lauv’s music. It takes us to the mysterious, always shifting soundscapes beyond the stars, yet at its foundation so connected to the ground underneath. Behind the sonics, the lyrics, and the vocals, there’s a ball of light, radiating and expanding, spreading its warmth, and that’s what makes this album uniquely fascinating.
For as much as he’s known for intriguing and inventive soundscapes, multi-Platinum chart-topping singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Lauv asserts himself as a storyteller, first and foremost. His stories continue to enchant audiences everywhere by converting the magic around him into generational anthems. After amassing 11 billion streams, the next chapter of Lauv is sonically the most challenging and exciting yet. Starting his artist career in 2015, Lauv introduced himself with viral sensation “The Other,” he landed a global smash in the form of “I Like Me Better.” It tallied over 2 billion streams, while reaching Top 10 chart positioning at Top 40 radio and Top 5 chart positioning at Hot AC radio in the US, went sextuple-Platinum in the US and Platinum in twelve other countries. He served up Gold-selling 2018 playlist I Met You When I Was 18 and Gold-selling 2020 debut album ~how i’m feeling~ along with a procession of hits, including the Platinum hit “I’m So Tired” with Troye Sivan as well as Gold-certified singles “There’s No Way” [feat. Julia Michaels] and “Fuck, I’m Lonely” [feat. Anne-Marie].” In between selling out headline tours and supporting Ed Sheeran in stadiums, he performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and more. Lauv will release his highly-anticipated second full-length album, All 4 Nothing, in August, featuring “26” and lead single “All 4 Nothing (I’m So In Love).”
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