Lyncs Makes Her Emotions Rather "Obvious" in a New Single


The Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Lyncs emphasize her desire for someone in a catchy new single, "Obvious."


Fresh off the release of her recent single, "Just Being Honest," Lyncs was able to thoroughly introduce herself to new listeners while planting her foot in the door of alt-pop. Having been featured on American Songwriter, Billboard, Atwood Magazine, and various Spotify editorial playlists, it's without a doubt that Lyncs is quickly becoming a household name.

Expanding on her recent single, "Obvious," Lyncs tells a relatable tale of growing significant feelings for a long-time friend and wishing to make the step into a relationship. Co-written with Keith Varon and drums/music direction by Rob Ernst, the genuine, passionate, and relatable themes make "Obvious" a single that's impossible to ignore.


Plunging into "Obvious," the track opens with a distorted drum arrangement that quickly transitions into a pulsating keyboard melody and airy percussion breakdowns. As Lyncs makes her soothing and breathy vocal appearance, she instantly sweeps us off our feet with her melodic tones and delicate delivery. As she continues expanding on the passion she holds for a dear friend, Lyncs continues to ring relatable bells by way of lyrics like, "-maybe I'm too terrified to say what's on my mind, isn't it obvious that I really want you in the worst way."

As Lyncs heads towards the groovy outro, the accompanying instrumentation sonically serenades us with intricate synth arrangements, soft keyboard melodies, and Rob Ernst's punchy drum breaks. As the song comes to an end, Lyncs leaves us wanting more melodic and heavily relatable tunes like this.


Get to know Lyncs and her most recent single, "Obvious," available on all digital streaming platforms.