Findlay, 3 AM Releases New Lo-fi Rock Song “Lullabies for Butterflies”

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Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Findlay 3 AM has recently been making a name for himself in the music industry. Following his January EP “Static”, Findlay 3 AM made his return with a new single titled “Lullabies for Butterflies”. 

The song has a relaxing lo-fi rock vibe and is about the struggles of being an artist in the streaming era.  It begins by calling out for an answer. “What creates meaning in a song? Is it how it makes you feel? Is it the message? I believe it’s different for everyone, but what’s important is finding where that meaning is in yourself” asks Findlay 3 AM.  

The song was recorded in a dorm room closet at Findlay’s college in Charleston, South Carolina. Despite the dorm room setting, Findlay has found a way to keep pumping out tracks and plans on opening a studio called “City Isn’t Safe Productions” before the year ends. The studio will only speed up the process of writing and song making for the young artist. 

You can listen to the new single here:

https://open.spotify.com/artist/56Py0Ks9R77fgFxnQEUjBM?si=lpsnBggnTUaaVJT48DnTfw

 

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