Taking the throws of life as an early adult and turning them into a musical goldmine is Sydney’s most witty lyricist Lola Scott. Returning with her latest EP “¼ Life Crisis” including the focus single “One Time (Last Night)”, Scott is here to prove herself as vastly versatile, coining her new unique style.
“The ‘¼ Life Crisis’ EP is a biographical recount of events that happened in my life after getting out of a long term relationship, and moving back into a share-house full of benders,” said Lola “My own quarter life crisis has taught me that there aren’t many stable things in life, other than those ride or die friendships that feel like family. You can never please everyone, so I’ve learned to just treat people right, and enjoy the time you spend with your homies.”
We’ve already heard and LOVED two tracks from this EP in 2020 “The Eviction Song” and “4E Jobless” which were full of life, sharpness and sounded oh so Lola. Encapsulating all of that energy and more, “¼ Life Crisis” is a crucial point in Scott’s career as she transitions into a more developed, progressive style.
The EP’s focus single “One Time (Last Night)” features a tale of what is a casual hookup from Lola’s perspective but perceived as something more from the other point of view. Accompanied by the powerful burst of Scott’s breathy vocals and upbeat production, the single encapsulates the energy of the entire EP.
Remaining the queen of narrating the ups, downs, ins and outs of being a young person in the 21st century, Lola Scott is quickly becoming everyone's favourite indie songstress.