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Anything for You

Anything for You began as my morning guitar looping session - but as layers of distorted guitar began stacking atop each other, a certain kind of magic energy arose: the soaring guitars struck me me with an overpowering sense of expansion and excitement. This song is about generous love and the people you would do anything for.

Touching You

"Touching You" is a mesmerizing slow burn that sweeps the listener into an ever-expanding world of tantalizing imagery and introspection. As the song evolves, layers of sound stack one on top of each other: dreamy guitars, soulful vocals, a driving baseline, and a steady, thumping kick, all culminate in a crescendo of resplendent horns.

Fine Line

Fine Line is a minimalist, flirtatious bop that plays with the idea that everything can change in an instant; Frances will pull you in with her coquettish vocals, tease you, then send you right back out with a shrug and a smile.

Direct Sunlight

Direct Sunlight is the sound of summer romance, road trips, and rock climbing adventures. Meshing poppy drums with bright mandolin and dreamy synths, Direct Sunlight takes you behind the wheel, cruising down the open road at sunset.

See Straight (feat. Abby Diamond)

See Straight was born from the depths of quarantine isolation. Feeling lonely and devoid of authentic connection, I dreamt up an imaginary world of lust and passion - a place where I could express all the love trapped within me, desperate to get out. It is this glass-runneth-over with love that transmuted into See Straight.

Moonrise Queendom (2020)

When I arrived by foot in Santiago de Compostela, the town was hushed in the shadow of dusk. Five Hundred miles and 39 days from where I began, I beheld the ancient cathedral as its exquisite towers reached toward the sky like two stretching cats. 

But when I fell to my knees in reverence, it wasn’t for the treasured Spanish cathedral, but the glowing ember of moon sneaking up behind. 

For me, watching the full moon rise is a ritual; a time set aside to slow down, breathe, and reflect. In the two years since releasing my 2018 EP, Timeism, these monthly moonrise check-ins have been where I make sense of my own stories. Moonrise Queendom is the tale of these 24 moons: a collection of the stories that weaved their way through. 

Moonrise Queendom is a journey of self love, self-reflection, and empowerment. About finding one's self, and using your voice to uplift others.

Super Bowl Party (2019)

Super Bowl Party is a witty, facetious pop song that pokes fun at the Patriots and the patriarchy. 

  Timeism EP (2018)

Timeism is a reflection of Lillian's millennial experience—living at home with mom, pursuing her art between bartending shifts, and swiping around dating apps.

The five songs on her album tie together natural and synthetic sounds over driving beats, heavy bass, and soaring vocals. Her lyrics read like a journal—honest, funny, and at times, raunchy—as she effortlessly glides between singing in English and Spanish. 


Her aim for the EP is to connect with as many people as possible by taking deeply personal, often isolating, sentiments and transforming them into music that resonates universally. 

Gravestone Feel EP (2017

The Gravestone Feel EP is a dreamy adventure through a synth pop staircase where tension between dark and light, life and death, leads you always upwards but never higher. It is a celebration of the pure creative energy that propels life forward, and the exuberance of being wrapped up in this beautiful, limitless flow of life. It is about moving quickly, but feeling deeply. About tuning in to the generous gifts of the universe, and ebbing and flowing along the waves of higher harmonics that exist, just out of sight, all around us. 



This EP is for when you pull into your driveway but keep the car running to lap up that last bit of song that drips out the stereo. It tugs at your imagination as watercolor light hangs in the warm air of your car, illuminating the little specks of dust that float inside. A little universe drifts around you. And you, the big, clumsy giant in the picture, get to sit there and witness its rotation. So you feel lucky, and bask in its simple beauty and modest vastness. 

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