Indie Folk-Pop Duo LULLANAS Share New Single “24/7” Featuring Tommy Ashby
November 9, 2023 BY Danielle Romeo
Indie folk pop duo Atisha and Nishita Lulla, aka LULLANAS, share their new single “24/7” (feat. Tommy Ashby). The twin sisters offer a quietly introspective song of gratitude and appreciation for those who always have your back, even when you aren’t at your best. The song will be on their highly anticipated full-length debut album, due out next year (details forthcoming). “24/7” is available everywhere tomorrow here: https://lullanas.ffm.to/24_7.
LULLANAS say, “’24/7′ is a thank you song for all the people who are there for you through thick and thin, no matter what, and how you wish you could be there for them in the same way, but sometimes our bodies and minds just don’t align the way we want them to. It’s an anthem of empathy, even if we all go about it in a different way. We hope the people we care about feel our love just the same.”
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LULLANAS create songs wrapped in Americana warmth, folk eloquence, country storytelling, and unassuming pop ambition. Earlier this year, they released the immediately infectious single “Cheap Silver Lining,” a collaboration with acclaimed UK singer/songwriter Luke Sital-Singh. Their acclaimed 2020 debut EP Before Everything Got Real, which was produced by Peter Katis (The National, Death Cab For Cutie, The Paper Kites), thrives on an inimitable and familial balance.
Music manifested itself in LULLANAS’ lives at a young age. Growing up in Pennsylvania, they recall how important music was on their many family road trips, with their dad listening to The Beatles, The Eagles and Shania Twain, while their mom favored Johnny Cash and Eric Clapton. During a summer visit to their grandmother in India, the duo ended up in an old cotton mill converted into a studio where they impromptu tracked their song “Don’t Say.” Without any expectations, they uploaded the track, which has almost 4 million streams on Spotify alone. Between gigs alongside Maggie Rose, Darlingside, and Wild Rivers, they toured with Peter Bradly Adams and most recently, Australian indie folk trio Sons of the East.