Lexie Palms Arrives On Scene With “Can It Be Me” Ahead of Upcoming EP

Having her artist name itself derive from the place of her birth – Leça da Palmeira, keeps the young singer feel grounded and ever connected to her homeland. Having spent the previous year performing in and around the city, whilst continuing to explore and create her music, Lexie Palms is primed and ready to share new music this 2020 leading up to a debut EP “midstream”. Currently London living, the soulfully soothing singer, songwriter and producer has her focus firmly set on creating emotive songs fuelled with colour, spirit, and feeling. Oozing a confident, comforting warmth, her smooth and sultry vocals dust over textured and undulating synth lines, culminating in a proud fusion of her Mediterranean roots combined with threads of her vibrant, modernistic city life. 

Making headlines for her latest “Can It Be Me,” the anticipation is finally settling as we continue to wait for the release of the young pop stars EP due soon.

“Can It Be Me was the first track I made after taking a one-year break in song writing and producing. That was straight after I graduated from university and the stress of constantly trying to figure out what would come next in my career got the best of me.

‘Can It Be Me’ marked a shift in that mindset and unlocked a feeling of hope and desire to go further with my music. It’s about realising that when you’re hungry for more and really do it just for pure enjoyment and happiness, that’s when you start moving forward.” – Lexie Palms





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