Lydia Loveless and Laura Jane Grace Collaborate on New Track ‘September’

Lydia Loveless has shared a new track called ‘September’ featuring Against Me! vocalist Laura Jane Grace. It serves as the final preview from Loveless’ upcoming album, Daughter, ahead of its release on Friday (September 25). Check it out below, alongside a video shot on an iPhone 11 Pro and co-directed by Loveless and Michael Casey.

“‘September’ is a song about the loneliness and ache of being a teenager,” Loveless said in a statement. “I wanted to depict that in the video without being too personal, and we thought Bridget [Christine] and Kyle [Cox] would be the perfect people to star in it. There’s nothing I love more than not being in my own video, so I loved just watching everyone get into character and tell this sad story in front of me.”

Daughter marks Loveless’ first full-length release since 2016’s Real. It was recorded with producer Tom Schick at Wilco’s Loft studio in Chicago and includes the previously released singles ‘Wringer’ and ‘Love is Not Enough’.

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