Lizzy Plapinger, known for being the second half of American alt pop duo MS MR has released a new EP under her solo project LPX.
The New York singer released her highly anticipated sophomore EP ‘Junk of the Heart’ around this time last month which includes four empowering tracks.
Plapinger first started her solo project in 2017 where she has brought over some of the dark pop from MS MR mixed with heavy guitar rock and crashing drums from her own personal locker.
The new EP sees LPX go into a punchy, dark production that invokes both melancholy and inspiration simultaneously. She’s reinvented herself, sounding more defying and challenging.
Featuring ‘Black & White’, ‘Might Not Make It Home’, ‘Falling to Fall’ and ‘Give Up The Ghost’, LPX has some familiar moments of MS MR but contains amazing break-up style ballads.
LPX is as exciting and symbolic as we could expect. The singer-songwriter is making her mark as a very influencing musician but not only that since she’s also the co-founder of the New Gold Records, the label of big bands like Christine and the Queens, HAIM, Charli XCX, MØ, Tove L, and Marina and the Diamonds.