Hero Fisher explores self delusion in her new slow-building, ambient anthem ‘Lonely’

British-born, French-raised and London-based artist Hero Fisher has released an new incredible track. Not only does it showcase Hero’s great vocal range – as Lonely is essentially an ambient, vocal heavy track – but it also showcases Hero’s great production skills as Lonely features a heavy use of ambient sounds, drums, pianos and synths, which all work well together to create this song’s atmosphere, while also exploring the subject of self delusion.

“We all wear blinkers to hard truths in one way or another. A common condition people have is loneliness or feeling secluded.”

Hero explains, “I think it’s a sentiment a lot of people can relate to, if they don’t, then they may have mastered self delusion.”

Having had a solid 2017 with the releases of Sylvie, Push the Boat Out and I Let Love, Hero’s 2018 is looking to be interesting as Hero is taking her new single on the road for a gig at an old church, which seems like the appropriate surrounding for a song like Lonely.

See Hero Fisher Live
March 15th: St Pancras Old Church, London, NW1 1UL
May 19th: The Great Escape Festival

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