LIEZA RELEASES “DON’T MAKE ME DANCE” VIA LV MUSIC
“There is perhaps no better, more hauntingly appropriate time than the present moment for LIEZA’s assertive new single: Mixing colorful electro-pop music with vulnerable and reflective lyrics, ‘Don’t Make Me Dance’ ’is an evocative anthem of independence evoking physical and emotional security.” – Atwood Magazine
Nashville artist LIEZA has released the powerful new single “Don’t Make Me Dance,” via Nashville label LV Music. LIEZA is the creation of singer songwriter Meghan Roner. Before settling in Nashville, Roner bounced around trying to find her musical and creative home in Texas, then London, settling and finding her creative mecca in Nashville and with Grammy award winning producer and songwriter Femke Weidema, who signed LIEZA to her label LV Music. These two women proved to be a powerful force. LIEZA wears her heart on her sleeve inserting her insecurities and raw emotions into her music, and Femke’s masterful production delicately blending beats with acoustic elements. Her last track “Eyeliner” was featured on Apple Music’s Breaking Singer/Songwriter, R3HAB’s Night Playlist and received reviews calling it “a hypnotic track that slowly swells to first a bubbling ripple, then dreamy electronics and glitchy beats, all overlaid with LIEZA’s soaring vocal” by Born Music and the UK’s Female First Magazine compared her to female pop powerhouses BANKS and Lorde.
“Don’t Make Me Dance” was inspired by the #MeToo movement, and is song about empowerment. The song was written about a situation that nearly every person has experienced, an invasion of one’s personal space by an unwelcome intruder. With this song Roner hopes to inspire listeners to stand up for themselves in bad situations and find the strong sense of self-worth she has found through her music.
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