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Sydney Lauren Brings a Pop-Flavored Single , "25 Days"
We are DEFINITELY Hooked!
 
 
One of our favorite discoveries this year is artist Sydney Lauren. Today she premieres her latest single "25 Days," and we are head over heels. The song the world needs right now, the piece is a charming and upbeat song that is literally perfection from beginning to end.


Sydney Lauren shares with us of the track:

"Long distance relationships can be hard and when you think about the actual physical time you’ve spent with the person, it always sounds a lot less significant than how it felt. The least he could do was stick around long enough to give me more to write about!  In all seriousness, this song is about the things you never got to do before your relationship ended, the places you wanted to take them, the people you wanted to introduce them to. The connection you have with someone can mean a lot more than how long you actually were together for."
 
 
Sydney Lauren is no stranger to the music scene. She grew up singing and writing music just outside of New York City, the place she now calls home. The city serves as her inspiration as well as her stomping grounds, and she has performed in NYC venues like The Delancey & The Bitter End. Sydney’s training in piano, guitar and songwriting are clearly reflected in her songs, which take inspiration from some of her favorite artists including Carole King, Sarah Bareilles, Ingrid Andress, and more. Her music has been featured on “Temptation Island” and "The Biggest Loser" on USA Network. 


"25 Days" is the perfect, Pop-laced song to start your Summer and bring better vibes you way. Dive in, and listen loudly to an artist that is certainly on the rise.


"Long distance relationships can be hard and when you think about the actual physical time you’ve spent with the person, it always sounds a lot less significant than how it felt. The least he could do was stick around long enough to give me more to write about!  In all seriousness, this song is about the things you never got to do before your relationship ended, the places you wanted to take them, the people you wanted to introduce them to. The connection you have with someone can mean a lot more than how long you actually were together for."
 
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Written by Freelance Writer

Emily Hinde

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