The record features collaborations with likes of iann dior, All-American Rejects’ front man Tyson Ritter and Travis Barker.
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Singer-songwriter LILHUDDY has unveiled his hotly-anticipated debut album, Teenage Heartbreak. Featuring the singles 21st Century Vampire, The Eulogy Of You and Me, America’s Sweetheart and Don’t Freak Out, the album arrives with eight new tracks that document the transitional period from adolescence to adulthood.
Featuring collaborations with the likes of iann dior, All-American Rejects’ front man Tyson Ritter and Travis Barker, Teenage Heartbreak is the perfect introduction to LILHUDDY and his genre-bending exploration of sound. Fusing together sonic threads of punk, alt-pop and hip-hop, the musician captures the angst and uneasy anxiety present in a particular period of life, bringing honest and raw lyricism brought to life by his engaging vocal performance.
Speaking of the record, the musician shares: “I could not be more excited to finally release my very first album, Teenage Heartbreak! I worked so hard to put together a project that I feel perfectly represents who I am as an artist, and I hope to be able to connect with my fans on a deeper level through each song. Thank you to everyone who has been so supportive throughout this entire journey so far. This is only just the beginning!”
Teenage Heartbreak is out now!