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  • Paul Riley

Lina Maxine Shares Latest Single “EADGBE (Crying Guitar)”

Emerging rockstar Lina Maxine explores her softer side with the release of her new Power-Pop single, “EADGBE (Crying Guitar)”.

"EADGBE (Crying Guitar)" is the US-based artist's most intimate song to date, and it's woven together brilliantly by Lina Maxine's husky vocals, poetic lyrics and haunting melodies. The song feels like a diary entry, and opens with cinematic chords before transitioning into a lush guitar part and syrupy backing vocals, leading up to a striking slap bass groove in the chorus. The result is a massive banger with Rock and Trap influences that more than lives up to its expectations. And with a neo-gothic music video due to release March 29th, Lina is sure to deliver a dramatic visual experience to reflect the song’s sultry and vulnerable depths.

With production credits to Lina and her musical partner Dean Aladay, the song was also mixed by the pair and recorded in New York in the summer of 2022. Speaking about her sound, Lina says, “I love riffs, I love soaring top lines, and I love the song to be more of a roller coaster than a train ride.” EADGBE (Crying Guitar) is honing on the release of an upbeat power ballad "Let Me" earlier in February, that got picked up by Flaunt Magazine and Music News. Both tracks are part of Lina’s upcoming EP arriving in May 2023, giving a delicious taste of what is to come from the duo showcasing their forward-thinking production skills and Lina's unique sound.

The singer has been riding on a massive wave as her 2022 debut project “Mind Games” scored critical acclaim from the likes of Notion Magazine, 1883 Magazine, BBC Introducing, and the Official Charts. During the summer of 2022, Lina went on tour supporting Kasabian’s ex-frontman in historic O2 Academy locations across the UK. She is stepping into the spotlight unafraid to show her true colours and aim for the stars. She will continue growing her platform and seeking every opportunity to perform live and build a community she coined as “Nerd-n-Roll.” Lina draws inspiration from the likes of Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish, Muse, and Avenged Sevenfold.

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