Lonely Hearts, A Raw And Emotional Love Song From Lynn
Hit pop-soul singer-songwriter Lynn was born November 13, 1998 as Lynn Herzog. At the age of 17, Lynn began releasing her music to the world and has already gained global recognition for her anti-bullying single “I Used to Cry”. Growing up in Sunnyvale, California, Lynn’s gift of music became evident to family and friends when she was only 5. When Lynn was 8 she immigrated with her family to Israel, which brought about much difficulty and stress for the young singer. Learning a new language and integrating into a society with a completely different culture was challenging for her, especially in school where she struggled through classes without proper accommodations for ADHD. Lynn turned to music as an escape from the hard challenges she faced as a new immigrant, and at age 9 she began writing and learning to play the piano. By the age of 16 she was given a part-time student schedule, allowing for her to attend half of her classes at home so she could practice and develop her musical talent while also learning to produce. The following year, she made the difficult decision to leave school and devote her time completely to her passion, digitally releasing her songs and performing at bars trying to reach as many people as possible.
Lynn’s captivating voice, catchy melodies, and rich emotional lyrics are sure to get you hooked. Although her style is more reminiscent of 90’s pop than the current EDM pop, her unique style is yet to be named. Her music is influenced by her favorite artists and her inspiration draws on lessons learned from past experiences as well as her current surroundings, leaving fans feeling hopeful and understood. Her angelic, soothing voice contributes to her signature sound setting an emotional stage for listeners who have been brought to tears by her beautiful voice and the raw truth communicated in her lyrics. Fans relate to the familiar hardships expressed in her songs; heartbreaks, inner battles, bullying, the pain of letting go of loved ones and much more.
Lynn has worked with producer Yoad Nevo (known for his work with Sia, The Pet Shop Boys, Moby and Sophie Ellis Bextor) at Nevo Sound Studios in London, England through the course of her career. The hit single “I Used to Cry” was written by Lynn and the music video was directed by her as well. This heartfelt exposé addresses the impact bullying has on the victim and their family. It has received millions of views on Facebook and helped Lynn gain over 120K followers, 800K plays on Spotify and Apple music and so much love from all over the world.
Her new release “Lonely Hearts” was co-written with Michael Goldwasser and produced by Amit Sagie. This raw and emotional love song gives fans a peak into the most vulnerable and personal areas of Lynn’s life. Her angelic voice and the loneliness expressed in her lyrics, combined with the fresh sounds and rhythm of Tamir Barzilay (known for his work with Christina Aguilera and Macy Gray) takes fans on a journey into her private battels with feelings of failure, anxiety and heartbreak.