LULU. looks for divine intervention with her debut single, ‘Save Me’

"The song encapsulates my journey of self-discovery," she explains.
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London newcomer LULU. has released her debut single.

‘Save Me’ is out now via AMF Records (Greentea Peng, Loyle Carner, Olivia Dean), arriving with a video directed by Joe Howat.

She explains: “’Save Me’ is a deeply introspective song that I wrote to explore the depths of brokenness and the longing for divine intervention. The idea of the hook came from my quiet times with God; I would often ask God to save me from myself, hence the inspiration for the title.

“The song encapsulates my journey of self-discovery and coming to the realisation that my low-self esteem was fueled by the people I allowed to have such a significant voice in my mind, and escaping from this was paramount to my survival.”

Check it out below.

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