Marissa Paternoster releases apprehensive second-single "I Lost You" from her upcoming album Peace Meter - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

Marissa Paternoster’s latest album, Peace Meter, was written in her deceased grandmother’s house during a worldwide pandemic. However, despite the eerie circumstances it was penned under, it’s far from spooky. Today, Paternoster shared her latest single, “I Lost You,” along with a mind-bending visualizer. The album, which is due out on December 3, is the first record she has released under her name, despite previously putting out solo music under the moniker Noun. 

A sharp departure from the post-punk of Screaming Females, “I Lost You” is upbeat and surprisingly danceable. The springy beat and poppy hook have the shimmer of club lights, while her apprehensive lyrics are unsure whether to be celebratory or sad over losing a lover and knowing they can’t stay friends. The lush cello contribution from her long-time friend, Kate Wakefield (Lun), adds to this ambivalence, as it’s simultaneously sweet and weepy. Completely cutting the cord, the song possesses the strange feeling of going back to being strangers with someone you once adored. 

You can stream the track here and watch the video below. 

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