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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Lisa Remar’s new single, WOKE UP EARLY, is about feeling ready to fall in love again after a period of isolation.
WOKE UP EARLY
Japanese-American singer-songwriter Lisa Remar’s new single, WOKE UP EARLY, is a hyper-pop determined R&B song about feeling ready to love and be loved again after a period of isolation. The sound is nostalgic, like it belongs to Mgmt, Ratat and other artists from the New Age NYC, combined with a 90’s vocal that sounds like Mariah Carey’s soft falsetto and Alicia Keys’s powerful voice.
Lisa Remar’s psychedelic soundscape threads through her song, and delights in hints of sadness, nostalgia and emotional vulnerability.
New York City native Lisa Remar is a Japanese-American artist known for her unique sonic sensibility. She released her first EP, Still Good, at the beginning of 2021, which received praise and placements from a variety of publications, including Billboard, MTV, Rolling Stone, Wonderland, Ladygunn, Flaunt, Spotify Editorial, YouTube Music, SHAZAM’s official “Best New Music” Apple Music Playlist, and a number of other publications.
Two months after Remar’s debut release, Japanese management company, LAND INC — known for representing the band, Sekai no Owari – signed Remar and rereleased Still Great solely to Japanese audience members, including a bonus track, “Holy Nights”, and visuals directed by Aerin Moreno (Bird Cameron, Soffi Tuker, Madison Brew).
Remar’s most recent EP “hi…” has been played close by interviews on the respected Japanese station J WAVE, as well as Japan’s Inter FM. Remar played two sold-out Japanese music festivals this summer.
Musical platform and record label, 88rising, named Lisa their “Rising Artist of the Month” for June 2022 on Sirius XM. Remar supported Dana Williams on her 2022 tour.
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