Beneath the breezy strings and seemingly sweet vocals present in Lilith's latest track is an all too accurate commentary on those who choose to play the victim. "In Real Life" is the group's newest single and is out on a split tape alongside "I'll Come Over" today. The song begins with a set of summery oooh's and vocalist Hannah Liuzzo lamenting over one who continues to place blame on others and seeks to base their identity on whatever is trendy, instead of what's right. "In Real Life" bites back at those who wish to toss others aside like a "pile of...old clothes," and return to what's forgotten only when it fits them. And although the instrumentals and vocals have this careless and fun, fuzzy nature about them, "In Real Life" is a message of resilience and strength, a reminder to demand your worth, and expect only the same from others.
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