Kyle Lux Debuts With a Shimmery Ode To Growing Pains, "Rollin' Stone" [PREMIERE]

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Kyle Lux channels his relocation to the West Coast for his debut stunner of a single, “Rollin’ Stone.” The college freshman showcases talents beyond his years with incredible vocal control and songwriting. "Rollin’ Stone" lays out some of the loneliness and growing pains Kyle has experienced since relocating to Southern California, as lyrics such as “I don’t know if I’m flying, could be falling, crawling, lying, I won’t leave you,” paint those visions of uncertainty.

He shared with Ones To Watch,

“I feel like I’m growing a tremendous amount away from home, but I still miss home through that growth. It feels like I’m finally starting my musical life, so it felt fitting for my debut to be about those growing pains.”

With production from Alessandro Buccellati and Jon Hill, Kyle finds his balance behind soulful drums and bass guitar rhythms. The song fittingly ends with a warbling guitar solo, which only adds to the soulfulness of the track as a whole. For a debut single, it’s clear Kyle has a huge potential of talent and plenty of emotion to dive into to deliver heartfelt lyrics. As a student, Kyle Lux studies popular music, which only makes more sense to his keen intuition of songwriting. The sky is certainly the limit for the 19-year old, and "Rollin’ Stone" sets the bar high as Kyle’s debut single.

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