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Review: "Lie Lie" - Antigoni

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Rising pop singer Antigoni just released her first single of the year, "Lie Lie." The dance pop anthem chronicles Antigoni's experience trying to rebuild a relationship after the trust has been shattered. She narrates her feelings of betrayal and having her trust taken advantage of by someone that turned out to be disloyal. When the love is still there but the trust is gone, it can be difficult to figure out what steps to take forward. Antigoni expresses this sad sentiment over a fun pop beats. Even if you're not in this complex stage, "Lie Lie" is an exciting track to add to your streaming library.

"Lie Lie" is a deep dive into the complex aftermath of Antigoni being betrayed in a relationship. While she wants to forgive this person because she still loves them, she grapples with the hard reality: the trust has been broken repair. This message is driven with lines like "Baby, we ain't felt the same / Ever since you said her name" and "Everything you say, I question / Our reflection's a broken mirror on the floor." If you've ever been cheated on or betrayed in other ways by the person you're dating, these lyrics will likely hit deeply for you. Between bright vocals, infectious pop hooks, and authentic lyricism, Antigoni has crafted a track that is perfect to dance around your room to.

Greek singer-songwriter Antigoni began her professional musical journey by signing with Island Records in 2016. She worked with a string of successful songwriters, including Mark Batson and Michael Angelo. Since then, she has amassed over 71,000 monthly listeners on just Spotify. With an energetic dance pop sound similar to artists like Dua Lipa and Shakira, it is no wonder that she has already formed and continues to grow a following. If you enjoyed "Lie Lie," make sure to check out the rest of Antigoni's discography. You can also keep up with all the latest information on Antigoni and her music by following the social media links below.

Written By Sydney Gray



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