Lydia Luce Calls For Romantic Armistice In Performance Of "Tangled Love" | Press Play At Home

For the latest episode of Press Play At Home, Nashville singer/songwriter Lydia Luce sings of love as a labyrinthine struggle worthy of a world war.

Lydia Luce's presence is like the eye of a storm. Surrounded by masked string players from her Lockeland Strings section, she stoically sings "Tangled Love," a song about settling scores and brokering accords in romance. "Let's call a treaty, let's call it quits/Love shouldn't feel like this," she sings with an earthy, grounded voice in the latest episode of Press Play At Home. Watch Luce's mesmerizing performance of "Tangled Love" and watch more episodes of Press Play At Home here.
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