Laces & Boh Doran Are Keeping the Spirit of the 90s Alive and Well With Their New Song “In My Room.”

LACES represents years of potential realized in an awe-inspiring way. She remains defined by the same openness and extraordinary voice that originally distinguished her as Charlotte Sometimes, but with a more refined personal style. LACES has not forgotten her dark and edgy side. She’s just showing a different facet, full of self-acceptance and warmth, a light at the end of the tunnel. Her current output is remarkably diverse: As LACES, she writes and performs outstanding alt-pop tunes. LACES has also worked producing music for cartoons like Jem & the Holograms, Baby Alive, Littlest Pet Shop, Equestria Girls, and also TV shows and specials for leading networks like CW, Netflix, ABC, and many others. A testament to both her willingness to be vulnerable and the clarity of her vision, somehow simultaneously polished and raw. There are no empty spaces in LACES’ songs, but they always come out with a message of hope.

Her new single “In My Room” is a stunning collaboration with former Dup Lipa backup singer, DJ, and social justice fighter Boh Doran. Joining forces to bring us an alt-rock masterpiece. The song is definitely a call back to the 90s with strong electric guitar riffs and both singers deliver a peculiar form of playfulness I personally haven’t heard in quite a while. Being a 90’s kid myself this makes me quite nostalgic. This nostalgic alt-rock sound is further highlighted by both LACES and Boh Doran’s smooth, yet powerful vocal range, creating an atmosphere that captures the distinct essence of the 90s. As a personal note, I have to say if they ever release a video of the song it has to be something cheesy and silly like Trouble from Shampoo (yes, the Power Ranger movie song) to really encapsulate the spirit of the era. LACES described to us what lies behind the making of “In My Room”: “As 90s kids, the only place where we could truly be free from authority and responsibility was in our bedrooms. “In My Room” explores the nostalgia of what it felt like to be teenagers in our rooms but as adults. This song is meant to take us back to a time when we had Backstreet Boys posters plastered all over our walls and Savage Garden stickers on our headboards; back to when we were jumping on our beds and singing along to Alanis Morissette and Christina Aguilera CDs with fake plastic microphones; back to when we could merely fantasize about what life could be as opposed to what it should be. This song is for anyone who wants to shut the door to the outside world and escape to that imaginary world that still exists inside their bedrooms.”

In My Room” is an excellent way to reminisce about a different era, simpler times when​​ we had everything figured out. The song is now available on every streaming service you can imagine. That’s it for today, folks! Many thanks as well for reading my piece! I’ll see you next time.

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