Lauren Dejey – ‘Permanent’ featuring JUST OSKA

Lauren Dejey shares new single ‘Permanent’ featuring JUST OSKA

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The track centers around her experiences in finding and navigating love in the modern age.

Today, Lauren Dejey returns with the release of her brand new single ‘Permanent.’ Featuring JUST OSKA, the track finds Dejey taking a more electronic approach than usual. Doused in a glistening hue of dance-pop beats and animated audio distortion the track was written with the help of team Spacemen and highlights the combination of Lauren and Oska’s vocals as they seamlessly blend together.

Sharing where the inspiration for ‘Permanent’ came from, Lauren expresses:

“‘Permanent’ is a magnetic collaboration written about the confusing dance of modern love, coming in when you least expect it.”

Oska shares that:

“The song highlights the anxieties around falling in love when you’re twenty-something and the complications of modern-day co-dependence.”

‘Permanent’ is out now on your favorite digital service.

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