Laura Pergolizzi, the Long Island singer songwriter better known as LP, just gave us a double dose of audio visual bliss by dropping two music videos at once. I was an immediate fan of this striking artist from the very first moment I encountered her voice close to three years ago. I don’t think there’s many artists out there with a comparable sound when it comes to her scratchy emotive delivery and her immaculate range, stretching from deep resonating to lofty spry. Watch LP strum and coo away in the video for sooty chugging Other People above, then watch the video for passionately blazing Tightrope below. LP’s 2016 EP Death Valley is available for purchase from iTunes.
Forgive what’s said in fear
And all I ask of you is hear
The girl with the golden heart
I killed from the inside out at dawn
The sun has only just arose
Cannot heal all the hearts that I’ve broke
The boy with the broken heart
His goal is to rip everything apart
I’d like to apologize in advance for any pain I cause because this is probably the angstiest thing I’ve ever written and I hate myself for it. Part 1 and 2 are also up on my blog and Archive of Our Own.
When Eleven woke up once again, she was shivering, knees clutched to her chest. With sudden realization of what this meant, she sat up slowly, fearing something might pull her back down like before, but nothing did.
She didn’t understand how or why The In-Between behaved this way, allowing her some freedoms but only on it’s own terms. But she was grateful for the movement. Her bones ached from being stuck in one position for so long.
The pounding in her head had subsided which she was also thankful for, but she still felt weak and unrested. The In-Between had a way of sapping the life force from it’s inhabitants.