Lorelei Marcell was born outside of Philadelphia and grew up in a Boston suburb before moving to Los Angeles.
While she has accumulated over one million total streams on her own, the young pop talent also attracts attention from Grammy Award-nominated composer JHart [Justin Bieber, Keith Urban, Usher].
Her current track, “Masterpiece,” is a perfect example of her ability to combine R&B influences with a popular indie-pop sound.
On Lorelei Marcell’s new track “Masterpiece,” the indie-pop singer collaborates with Canadian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist The Grand Mess. “Masterpiece” the second in a run of new releases, is a song on the significance of moving ahead while acknowledging the past’s mistakes.
The most prevalent sensation we have is love; regret comes in second,” she heard on a podcast she’d just listened to.
Rather than in her interactions with others, Lorelei started to reevaluate her beliefs in the past. Marcell came to the realisation that she, too, had regrets over a significant section of her history.
However, she is still able to identify instances in which she has done something wrong or humiliating, or has self-judged her conduct while focusing on the good aspects of her life. In doing so, it might be tough to go ahead as the past rapidly overwhelms and becomes impossible to leave.
Her new song, which is based on a realistic story, has a big sound. As a result, the listener is transported into a fractured mirror-like scene, a place where someone has finally had enough and is ready to go on.
“Masterpiece” is less sentimental and more powerful and assertive than her previous hit “Need Me,” which exposed us to her thoughtful lyricism.
The song “Masterpiece” is about being trapped in your past, yet the song’s musical dynamic praises the beauty of evolving into a new version of yourself and letting go of the aspects of yourself that you always felt was important and good. Living a life of regret and shame isn’t truly living, is it?