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Lolita release new song “Satellite”

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The Virginia rock band Lolita has released a new song “Satellite.

The song is a tribute to recently deceased music industry stars, specifically David Bowie, Chris Cornell, and Tom Petty. In a statement about the song, the band said:

“Satellite was written around the idea of losing mentors, heros, and the inspirational figures that helped shape who you are. Written in the wake of Cornell, Petty, and Bowie deaths [sic] among others, we felt really connected to the space they left empty when they left this earth. There’s a line in the chorus referencing them: ‘the free fallin’ ones, blackhole suns and stardust gone, you saved my life, now heavens gaining one’.”

Stream “Satellite” here.

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Andrew Checchia is a second-year student at UCLA. Currently an English major and a film minor, he is following a passion for writing and diverse forms of artistic expression. Born in Redlands, California, he moved to St. Louis, Missouri at a young age, where he lived for ten years. From there, he moved to Houston, Texas for middle school and high school.

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