Everyday / Routine EP

by Lola Pistola

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Lost in conversation Feeling disappointment Trying to keep my head up high Dancing around flowers Crying overwhelmed Laugh is not an option when you fight Dragging my thin body Cruising wearing glasses Everyday feels like the last Wishing I could hold you Wanting you to fix The madness I carry inside Everyday Feels like the Fucking same Lost in conversation Feeling disappointment Everyday
Do you want to sleep Or do you want the rain Open up the window and let the breeze stay Wild dying roses Water absent Their body is not built like the rest How long do I How long do I wait? Do you want to sleep Or do you want to wait My legs are trembling And the floor is a mess How long do I How long do I wait?


Following up last year’s premiere of the AJ Dávila produced single "Tú Pensabas", Discos Diaspora is proud to release Lola Pistola’s newest singles “Everyday” and “Routine”. Currently based in Brooklyn, the Puerto Rican musician has been crafting a more raw, acoustic-inspired sound joined by personal verses within multi-layered atmospheric melodies.

“Dancing around flowers / Crying overwhelmed / Laugh is not an option when you fight,” sings Lola Pistola in the song “Everyday”. The up-beat surfy strums and echoed pop-vocals of the track contrast with the themes explored in the lyrics, coincidentally the musicians favorite dilemmas: daily wanderings, boredom, and empathetic behaviors.

“Routine” is a chaotic noisy ballad. With evocative mellow vocals swimming straightforward alongside a series of a continuous thrumming guitar riff that would only be released after the emotive soft-pitched chorus, “How long do I/How long do I wait?”

RBMA Panamérika has described Lola Pistola’s sound as “raw and melodic”. A full-length album is in the works with some tracks mixed by producer Héctor “StoneTape” Hernández (fAi, Carnales). Shows planned for December 2016 are being announced soon.


released October 17, 2016

Written and performed by Arvelisse Ruby aka Lola Pistola
Recorded by Grady Walker
Mixed by Hector "Stonetape" Hernández
"Everyday" produced by Hector "Stonetape" Hernández
"Routine" co-mixed by Grady Walker


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Lola Pistola Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn-based Boricua Lola Pistola sounds is gritty and “falls somewhere between alt-grunge and noise pop.” Her music is introspective, contemplative, and “with white-knuckle bursts contrasted by stretches of soft, serene vocals.” Accompanied by Pink Mexico’s front-man Robert Preston on drums, Lola’s thrilling set is as intimate as it a thunderous burst of adrenalized, unbridled energy. ... more

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