LATEST DROP: Lilac by Where’s Ramona?

Lilac by Where’s Ramona? would make you wish you have your own Lilac to dedicate this song to.

Concluding their ‘The Reckless Romantic‘ EP, the boys of the rising band released the secret track hidden on the very last couple of minutes of their record. Lilac by Where’s Ramona? dropped February 16, giving everyone a late Valentine’s Day treat!

Where’s Ramona? is making it rain purple hearts! Be sure to check out their new song release that can definitely warm your heart.

‘Lilac’ by Where’s Ramona?

This new single is a very catchy and chill song, and I find myself subconsciously swaying left to right to its beats. It actually has the same vibe as the Plain White T’s ‘1, 2, 3, 4’. Not only does it have a sweet melody, but the lyrics of the song makes it special.

If you just take heart my darling

I’ll hold you tight when the world is falling down

The song is very comforting as if the music could actually wrap its arms around you when everything seems to be falling apart. You would feel as if the track is being sung to you when you need it the most.

What’s wrong my darling?

Did they cause you hurt again?

If you have your “Lilac’, then you’re lucky if you have your partner against the horrific things around you. Your very own “you and me against the world” or “ride or die”. And I meant it when I said that this song would make you wish you have your very own Lilac. If not, then that’s okay! Because you have this new song to comfort you on your darkest days and is reminding you not to let your sunshine slip away.

Cause it just turns me on when you simply wear that tired smile

Your lucent eyes burn like a thousand sunsets in july

Very pure, wholesome, and genuine—that’s the post-Valentine’s treat of Where’s Ramona? for everyone!

Stream ‘Lilac’ now!

What do you think of Lilac by Where’s Ramona? Have you found your Lilac or still on the lookout? Did you add this song to your playlist yet? Tell us in the comment section below! Better yet, hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh. We’d love to hear from you!

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