Red Light Management


September 9, 2022

Today, pop-soul powerhouse Lindsey Lomis releases her new EP Daydreaming. Listen HERE via Altadena/Warner Records. Alongside the heartfelt five-track collection, which includes recent singles call me when u get home and save your breath,” Lomis shares a new video for “die with my friends,” a sentimental journey through life with all of her friends. Watch it HERE.

Since releasing her 2020 major-label debut EP In the Madness, the Nashville native has soaked up plenty of life-changing experiences. “To me, this EP encapsulates growth, excitement, and realness. I wrote these songs soon after graduating high school, a phase of life filled with constant change,” Lomis reflects. “I was watching myself grow up, learning to navigate my closest friendships, and truly experiencing life for the first time. These songs are a glimpse into youth and the realization that it doesn’t last forever.”

Daydreaming reflects on the quieter moments with Lomis’ friends, her crushes, and herself. She reveals her charms from the get-go, luring listeners into her fantasy on the opening title track. “DAYDREAMING” is the perfect crush song,” Lomis shares. “I wrote it about someone I was so infatuated with, I wouldn’t even let myself sleep. All I wanted to do was spend my time daydreaming about them and meeting them in my imagination.”

Soon enough, though, she shakes out of that daydream, getting cheeky on the dance-pop cut “save your breath,” before facing the inevitable fate of a head-spinning romance on the minimalist “DISAPPEARING ACT” – which is based on a true story. “I wrote ‘DISAPPEARING ACT’ about a person I had a really great night with and never spoke to again. I’m not one for commitment, and usually I feel like I’m the bad guy for pushing people away.” Lomis discloses. “But in this case, I was relieved we were both on the same page and completely vanished – like magic!”


In between, she reserves her most heartfelt confessions for her loved ones, showing a softer side on the tender R&B jam, “call me when u get home.” Lomis cuts loose on the sing-along anthem “die with my friends,” a bittersweet ode to high school endings and new beginnings. The EP highlights Lomis’ powerful range, both as a singer and songwriter.


Lomis has spent the last year honing her performance chops, supporting Wild Rivers, The Brook & The Bluff, Lawrence, and JoJo, her Slow Motion collaborator, whom she recently joined on both the U.S. and European legs of her tour. Today, Lomis returns to the road supporting Joshua Bassett at his sold-out shows in Toronto, New York, and Los Angeles.



September 9 – Toronto, ON – Axis Lounge

September 12 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom

September 13 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom

October 16 – Los Angeles, CA – The Troubadour

October 17 – Los Angeles, CA – The Troubadour