Liang Lawrence Releases “Use Me”, Explores Themes of Identity and Desire


Liang Lawrence released her new single “Use Me”, a track that features her traditional raw, honest lyricism with playful tunes to create a piece that explores female sexual desire. After taking off in 2023 with her debut EP Letters to Myself, Lawrence has continued to release hit after hit, and “Use Me” is not an exception. 

Similar to artists Clairo and beabadoobee, Lawrence creates a smooth melody with captivating lyrics that drive the song forward. She explores themes of love and desire while trying to understand herself. She sings, “Nothing about what I do feels right / So I may as well be everything you like”.

Commenting on the track, Lawrence said:

“I struggle a lot with feeling sexy as a woman and I think it largely comes down to the fact that I’ve never really resonated with the things that are traditionally feminine and seen as ‘for sexy women’. It’s still something I’m trying to navigate and understand but I think writing this song was really empowering in knowing that there is power in exploring and not knowing exactly what you’re doing or how you feel about something just yet.”

Having lived in eight different countries before the age of 18, Lawrence has cultivated an audience with listeners from around the world. Her musical artistry will make you want to play “Use Me” on repeat – especially if you love indie pop. 

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Ashley Robinson
Ashley Robinson
Ashley Robinson is a summer journalism intern at Melodic Mag. She is a full-time student at George Washington University, where she is majoring in journalism with a minor in marketing. At GW, she is an anchor of GW-TV's broadcast sports show, "Unstoppable", a sports photographer, a camera operator for ESPN+, and a member of the varsity cross country and track teams.

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