Wax Owls Share New Single ‘Lie For Me’

Los Angeles indie-folk trio Wax Owls have just shared their brand new single Lie For Me, a captivating folk-infused alt-pop song. 
I am really enjoying Gerry Hirschfeld's expressive, passionate vocals which effortlessly infuse the song with a touch of emotion. Lie For Me is a song about a tight-knit friendship isolated from the world, existing only privately. This message shows that one can't hide forever and isolation with another may not last, encouraging listeners to become a more authentic version of themselves. Apart from the vocals I am very fond of the intricate guitar riffs, echoing harmonies, steady percussive elements and horn elements that create an overall warm, somewhat anthemic atmosphere perfect for a chill weekend out with friends. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, vocalist Gerry Hirschfeld says, ​​
Lie For Me is about those unique friendships/relationships that are totally insulated from the rest of the world. The kind that are totally separate from our normal social group and exist only privately. For me, this isolation creates a strange juxtaposition where I can be totally honest and open with the other person because it is hidden from the rest of the world. In some situations, hiding actually makes it easier to not hide. Everything confided stays there; safe… the Vegas of friendships. It reminded me of asking someone to lie for you as a form of protection. But you also can’t hide forever and relationships like that can’t last forever. I think it can be consoling to know that despite the fact isolation with another won’t last, it can be a huge step in becoming a more authentic version of yourself.