Live, Learn, Die


A pop gem that reminds us to live life to the fullest.

Stockholm, Sweden-based music team, LAVIN, is a duo made up of producers and songwriters Anders Grindheim Bratterud and Oskar Karlström. The pair’s sound “consists of a balance between organic, atmospheric, and modern pop.” Some of their previous releases include tracks like “Too Close” and Deep End.” While chatting about their new creation, LAVIN stated, “This song reflects on the challenges of everyday life. The importance of learning from one’s mistakes and realizing that life is short, so one must use their time wisely.” Their discography is available on Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music. LAVIN’s latest drop is the pop single “Live, Learn, Die.”

“Live, Learn, Die” feels like the soft, but sane hit that we all need to hear every now and then. Lyrics like “Spending days in overthinking / Bout how we lost / And let it happen” and “Oh I think I found my sanity / Hiding in the deepest part of me” intimately reflect on life journeys and using our limited time on earth to its fullest. With no shortage of evocative elements and plenty of thought-provoking statements, there’s no other way to move on from feeling like you’re not doing enough. LAVIN gifts us a reflective pop gem that vulnerably muses on everyday struggles while reminding us not to waste the lessons life teaches us.

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