Lala Serenades with New Uplifting Song ‘Barriers'
RollingStone India|October 2021
The optimistic track is set to be part of a film starring the artist
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Hot on the heels from opening for Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy in Boston last month, American singer and actress Laurissa Romain aka Lala is now out with a fresh single in the shape of the enriching “Barriers.” The vocalist worked with lyricists Carlton Thompson SR and Julie Solinger as well as recording engineer John Arbuckle on the track. In this interview with Rolling Stone India, the artist talks to us about her new song, what she’s got coming up and more.

According to your Spotify, I saw that you’ve been releasing music since 2017. Tell me about when your tryst with the arts began both as a musician and actress?

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