We've written about Lyrah before. She's a supremely talented songwriter with a knack for dour, sexy pop that exudes a sort of timeless ennui. She's beautiful, she's mysterious, Lyrah is everywhere at once: with nods from Spotify’s "Fresh Finds", Tidal’s playlist "Pop Somber", and Apple Music’s "Vibes” and “Nightcap", she's already in your head. Most recently she‘s had songs featured in HBO’s "The Sex Lives of College Girls" and "Charmed."
Although Lyrah got started as a writer for other artists, in recent years she has made a name for herself in savvy indie pop and electronic circles, with cameos for synthwave luminaries LOVVS among many others and a string of delectable singles. "Sorry CVS" finds her crooning about cancer and a criminal healthcare system and stealing peanut m&ms from CVS—as she delivers another deeply rhythmic showcase of her unmistakable vocal presence.