There Could Be Wreckage Here Linying

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Label: Nettwerk Records

Genre: Songwriter

Subgenre: Contemporary

Interpret: Linying

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  • 1This Time, Tomorrow03:10
  • 2Lovers Stay Right for Each Other03:56
  • 3Faith03:08
  • 4Springtime03:52
  • 5Shhh (feat. MILCK)03:25
  • 6Good Behaviour04:03
  • 73 Hours On03:31
  • 8Daylight Blows into One Door03:28
  • Total Runtime28:33

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Critically acclaimed Singaporean singer and songwriter Linying has paved the way for her 8-track debut album, There Could Be Wreckage Here, with a series of buzzworthy singles including “Daylight Blows Into One Door,” “Faith,” and “Springtime,” which NME described as “wistful.”

She adds, “In this collection of songs, I mourn the loss of my excitable self, once so enamoured with the idea of falling in love because it seemed like the most magical thing that could happen in my uneventful life. In its place now are fear reflexes and defense mechanisms, and they do nothing but dull the brilliance that should follow an experience as extraordinary and beautiful. I really want to bask in the glow, but there could be total wreckage here, and it stresses the hell out of me.”


Singaporean singer-songwriter Linying's confessional writing style is vivid and vulnerable, with NPR's very own Bob Boilen likening her to the American indie-folk band Bon Iver. Before being recognised for her own music, Linying first turned heads in the EDM world as a topliner, featuring on tracks with DJs Felix Jaehn and Lost Frequencies. These songs amassed over 100 million streams online and were performed at renowned music festivals across the globe, from Coachella to Lollapalooza, catapulting her into the spotlight.

Linying released her debut single Sticky Leaves soon after and successfully charted in Spotify's Global, US, and UK Viral 50 — a first for a Singaporean artist. This landed her a spot on Spotify Asia's list of 25 Most Influential Artists Under 25.

Her debut EP, Paris 12, was released in September 2016 to critical and widespread acclaim with recognition from the likes of media outlets BBC Radio 1 and Billboard, singer Troye Sivan, and celebrity blogger Perez Hilton. It was clear that Linying's music organically appealed to a diverse and passionate audience.

This was mirrored in her live shows. The versatility of her sound took her to the big stages of Summer Sonic Japan and Bigsound Music Festival Australia, and even more intimate, iconic venues like The Standard in New York City and Camden Assembly in London.

Five years on, her music continues to resonate with listeners worldwide and has featured on HBO's Industry and Netflix's Terrace House. With collaborators Myriot (Halsey, Aurora) and Chris Walla (Death Cab for Cutie) onboard her upcoming EP, Linying is set to bring music from Asia to new shores.

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