The North American brother and sister band The Lovelines recently released an astonishing new single entitled “Make Believe.” A beautiful composition of very well-done extravagant pop rock that has relaxed their fans considerably.
“Make Believe” is a song that stands out mainly for its great vocals, charming melodies, and unique arrangements, from the strummed and very well-played guitar to the drums. perfect for the talented and sweet vocalist to develop her vocals. Leaving the song an actual work of musical art.
The Lovelines had a conversation with us and answered three unique questions. Take a look below.
HYPEFRESH: Let’s begin by introducing ourselves. You know the basics, like your name, age, and where you’re from; feel free to share as much or as little as you’d like.
The Lovelines: The Lovelines are me (Todd) and my sister Tessa. Tessa is the singer, and I’m the songwriter.
HYPEFRESH: Can you tell us about your new single, “Make Believe”?
The Lovelines: “Make Believe” was written as an ode to Maxwell’s Silver Hammer and to the idea of the sound of a song and the lyrics of a song being opposing tones. So, the “Make Believe” sound was written to be dreamy, and the lyrics were reported to be lucid.
HYPEFRESH: What do you like most about being a music artist?
The Lovelines: The Collaboration: I think of “The Lovelines” as this painting my sister and I are painting. Tessa’s voice is the brush stroke that’s missing in the demos. I’ll show Tessa a song and say, “Don’t sing it how I’m singing it in the demo; sing it how you would sing it.”
Stream “Make Believe” on Spotify.