Somewhere Else

Album: Somewhere Else (2014)


  • The title track of Lydia Loveless' third album was written while she was at SXSW. The singer recalled to American Songwriter magazine: "It sort of came to me when I was half asleep and I knew I wanted to call the album that, but I knew the song had to be really good. When we finally got into the studio with it I was amazed with how we handled it–I think it sounds really dreamy, especially the harmonies. I'm very proud of it."
  • The song describes a constant wanderlust: "I just have a lot of discontent and restlessness," Loveless told "So it's mostly about that."


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