Annabel Lauren – ‘three a.m.’

Annabel Lauren releases new single ‘three a.m.’

three a.m.
Annabel Lauren image via press photo

Drawing inspiration from artists like Modern Baseball and Frank Ocean, Annabel Lauren infuses her music with personality and sentimentality.

Her latest, ‘three a.m.’ showcases her narrative-driven lyrics, providing listeners with a glimpse into the inner workings of her mind and the challenges she faces.

Reflecting on the inspiration behind the song, Annabel shares:

“When I wrote this song, I was having some really weird dreams and I was struggling big time with my sleep paralysis. The song is me taking accountability for the issues I was having at the time, like missing deadlines or not speaking to friends because I wasn’t sleeping enough, or I was giving into vices a bit too easily. I felt like I had been slacking a bit and that I needed to get a grip, but I was really struggling to do that because of mental health issues and my surroundings. So the song is me letting out a bit of frustration, it’s me telling me I need to work on myself for my own benefit.”

‘three a.m.’ is out now on all streaming platforms. The track follows her debut single, ‘Cauliflower Cheese.’

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