Drawing from her own personal experiences, Lilith Max’s “Do You Believe” encapsulates a profound message of hope, resilience, and the power of reconnecting with nature and the world around us. With her rich and emotive vocals, Lilith effortlessly transports audiences into a realm where the colors of life burst forth, beckoning listeners to see the beauty that surrounds them.
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The EP contains 5 songs in different genres but all vividly describe a story and leave the listener with the impression of having watched a movie. While BIG BAD WOLF is a folk song, based on a German fairytale but darker, CHAMPAGNE & CIGARETTES comes as a jazzy 1920’s song and is about a fight between lovers. ICE AGE is again more a folk song with some nordic Aurora vibe and SACRIFICE fits into the pop genre. The last song is THE CAUTIONARY TALE with a bit of a 1970 sound and a violin that perfectly translates the changing emotions in this song.
About “ICE AGE” ICE AGE takes you immediately to the scene of a frozen earth and its dangers. While the lyrics paint a child’s lonely journey through the icy land, they are also telling a story about vulnerability and the struggle of navigating an increasingly hostile environment as a young person. Confronted with worldwide challenges …
Lilith’s Hold On has been shared with frontline workers on several social media platforms.
“… this song is very touching. It means the world to our Frontline workers to know that the younger generation is thinking about them too. Thank you for sharing” was the reaction of a nurse in one of those groups.