Lani Renaldo - Trainwreck


September 02, 2020

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Our thoughts about the song :

There is something mysterious about Lani Renaldo. Welcome freshness and youth, added to a part of darkness which suits her very well! If you feel that, at the moment, your life is not really on the right rail track, then this song is for you. Remarkably written, the song delivers positive energy thanks to a luminous production and warm guitar riffs. And of course, Lani's voice bewitched us from the first seconds, and reminded us of some good alt-rock memories of the 90s. A little gem to listen to endlessly, and to share massively, because it could become the official soundtrack for your "Back-To-School" period. To listen preferably alone, with headphones, with the sound loud enough, and closing your eyes. Included in our "Indie Pop Anthems" playlist. You can find this playlist on: Spotify / Soundcloud 

Lani Renaldo's point of view :

“Trainwreck” was written on what felt like the worst day of my life. I thought I was going to die because I’d been so stressed out at this job I had. I was 23 and thought I was having a heart attack. I was struggling to breathe as I called my mom driving home, asking her what to do. I made it home and started playing guitar. I was talking about how I never felt like I could live out my dreams. That even though it seemed great, my life wasn’t even remotely close to how I wanted it to be. Drew Tabor being the wizard she is, wrote down all of this and helped me turn it into “Trainwreck.” I know the pandemic has changed life drastically. You might not feel like you have it together, like you aren’t on the right track and that things are in complete disarray. This song is for anyone that feels like a complete and utter mess. Keep going. You can turn it around anytime you want.

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Biography:

Lani Renaldo is an artist, producer and multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles. Her passion and talent for songwriting began early on when she was one of six songwriters chosen to attend GRAMMY Camp at Converse Rubber Tracks in 2012. She then went on to study at USC’s Thornton School of Music, which further catapulted her musical education and career. Renaldo has seen success performing with the likes of Alessia Cara at the AMA’s and opening for Halsey at The Shrine. Her collaboration on “Malibuu” with Matt Dimona topped Spotify’s Global 50 chart and currently has over six million streams. Constantly trying to evolve and understand her emotions, Lani uses music to be the outlet in which she expresses her discoveries, concluding “Do what you love, fuck the rest. If it doesn’t serve you, cut it out. Sometimes your truth will not match someone else and that’s ok. Misery isn’t worth the money. Follow your dreams.”

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