Esty - LoveLorn

Posted 2 years ago
Jess Jackson
Darkroom EP

Esty may try to play the femme fatale, but her cool, manipulative exterior is just a cover for her insecurity. On new single LoveLorn, her first feature since November 2013’s Pools Full of Women, the Last Kings R&B songstress admits that her attempts to gain the upper hand over a man in her life have backfired in a serious way. As she puts it over Jess Jackson‘s moody electronic boardwork, “I tried to play games with you, but I’m the type of girl to just fall in love.” Jackson also directs the cut’s official visuals in conjunction with Brazil. For this poignant jam and much more, cop Esty’s Dark Room EP, available in stores and online as of April.

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