Toronto singer Lo Lo sings the blues in live performance visual for ‘Dead Inside’: Watch

Lo Lo, the Toronto singer-songwriter, returns with a bedroom performance of her song ‘Dead Inside’. It’s been a while since we’ve written anything about Lo Lo, but this time around she sings about feeling alive when she’s in the presence of someone else. It isn’t a far-fetched concept to feel empowered or wholesome when someone else “activates” you, but it can also become dangerous territory because you’re dependent on another human being, who may or may not break your heart. As Fabolous said in his song “I’m a movement by myself, but I’m a force when we’re together.”

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