Lily Kershaw Is In “Depreshmode” – New Single Out Today

October 20, 2023 BY Bailey Vigliaturo

Los Angeles singer & songwriter Lily Kershaw makes her long-awaited return with her first new music since 2020. The wistful and witty “Depreshmode” sees Lily open up like never before as she dives into her personal experience with prolonged depression. Produced by Brandon Walters (Lord Huron), “Depreshmode” is the first taste of Lily’s upcoming album, due out in 2024 (details forthcoming). Listen HERE

Lily explains, “There was a girl who I was very close to when I was younger, and I told her how bad my depression was. Within a short period of time, she stopped talking to me. So I started joking about depression a lot. I wouldn’t say I was depressed; I would say I was in depreshmode.”

Lily released her debut album Midnight In The Garden in 2013, featuring break-out single “As It Seems.” The album scored millions of streams and critical acclaim as she landed syncs on Criminal MindsGrey’s AnatomyFinding Carter, and more. She followed it up her 2018 EP Lost Angeles and her 2021 sophomore album Arcadia, which received acclaim from Nylon, American Songwriter, Vulture, Earmilk, Refinery29, and more. Along the way, Lily cut her teeth on tours alongside Radical Face, Mason Jennings, The Weepies and Joshua Radin, to name a few, and today has amassed more than 80 million streams.

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