Pop-punk powerhouse LØLØ is back with her scathing new single “hot girls in hell” and an accompanying music video. LØLØ doesn’t shy away from the brutality of her own emotions on the fiery trail as she explores the frustration, anger, and despair that comes from a toxic relationship with a partner you love to hate.
“hot girls in hell” begins softly, with the lilting waltz of an acoustic guitar carrying LØLØ’s rich alto through the verse before suddenly bursting into an electrifying chorus. A shrill guitar snarl erupts as LØLØ screams at the mate who humiliated him, belting out “You’re f*cking disgusting / you’re good for nothing / […] You think you’re special / I think you’re mental/ I hope there are no hot girls in hell.”
LØLØ shared the new single: “I wrote ‘hot girls in hell’ about someone who really hurt my feelings. I wrote the first part when I was very sad, and the second part when I was very angry. Ending a relationship with someone is hard – one second you miss them, feel miserable and miserable, and the next you picture them burning in hell. I really wanted this song to feel like two different moods for that reason. The man I wrote this to is definitely going to hell, so here’s hoping there aren’t any hot girls out there for him <3"
Equal parts biting and vulnerable, “hot girls in hell” neatly showcases LØLØ’s immense talent for combining vulnerability and unforgiving power within the same track. LØLØ’s lyricism veers from rich, imagery-laden poetry to sad tongue in cheek rhymes, but is always touched by LØLØ’s unflinching authenticity and raw honesty. A pillar of the pop-punk renaissance, LØLØ released a string of popular singles that proved him as a master of the genre and a lyrical sage beyond his years.
“hot girls in hell” is LØLØ’s third single release in 2023, joining the emotionally-exhibitionist head banger “omg” and the intense breakup duet “5,6,7,8 (feat. girlfriends)”, with lead singer Travis Mills (MTV, Apple Music) joining LØLØ on vocals for the anthemic track. This fall LØLØ will embark on a full US tour supporting Boys Like Girls and State Champs.
2022 is a big year for LØLØ. She released her EP ‘debbie downer’ featuring the addictive hit “u turn me on (but u give me depression)” and the successful collaboration “debbie downer” with Maggie Lindemann. On the Sad Summer Festival tour, LØLØ performed alongside Mayday Parade, Neck Deep, and Waterparks before taking the stage at Lollapalooza. He also collaborated with Simple Plan on the 20th anniversary re-release of their smash hit “I’m Just A Kid”.
LØLØ has become an undeniable presence in the pop-punk genre. The singer-songwriter has created a unique presence online and on stage with her effortlessly cool attitude and sharp lyrics. In 2020, LØLØ created a buzz on TikTok where he reimagined music’s biggest hits. Putting his skilled lyrical skills to use, he rewrote the verses from the opposite perspective of the song’s subject matter, while maintaining the original integrity of each song’s tempo and rhyme scheme. Best of all, his take on Taylor Swift’s “Betty” from “Betty’s look” caught the attention of Swifties and went viral on the platform.
In late 2021, LØLØ released his electric EP ‘overkill’, which came directly after his 36-stop US tour with pop-punk titans New Found Glory and Less Than Jake. LØLØ has been compared to Paramore and Avril Lavigne by Billboard, and People Magazine called her an “Emerging Artist making her mark in music.” To date, he has amassed over 35 million streams on Spotify, with his numbers continuing to climb exponentially. LØLØ is on the brink of superstardom, so stay tuned for more to come.
“A catchy, 2000s nostalgia-soaked anthem for anyone who feels like an outsider.”
“Strong, anthemic pop punk.”
– Alternative Press
“Close your eyes and let LØLØ take you back to the early 2000s.”