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New Version Of LP’s Forever For Now Grows To Include Her Live EP Into The Wild, Plus Unreleased Studio and Live Recordings

Acclaimed singer-songwriter LP (Laura Pergolizzi) had already released two independent albums, and helped write songs for Rihanna and Christina Aguilera, when in 2011 she had a major breakout with “Into The Wild”. The popular song first appeared on her live EP, Into the Wild: Live at EastWest Studios, and then on Forever For Now, her full-length debut with Warner Bros. Records released in 2014.

FOREVER FOR NOW (DELUXE EDITION) is a new double-disc collection which combines the album and live EP with six unreleased bonus tracks, including LP’s live version of Beyonce’s “Halo”.

For her major-label debut on Warner Bros. Records, LP recorded twelve songs with producer Robert Cavallo, including the singles “Night Like This” and “Someday”. The dynamic album crackles with irresistible pop hooks fueled by LP’s high-octane voice, which packs an emotional punch on “Heavenly Light”, “Night Like This” and the title track.

FOREVER FOR NOW (DELUXE EDITION) expands the original release with three bonus tracks including “Road To Ruin”, a rarity available only on the Japanese version of Forever For Now. The other two tracks, “Lost In The World” and “Magic”, are making their debut on this release.

The second disc of the Deluxe Edition focuses on Into the Wild and features all the tracks from the original EP, which was recorded live at EastWest Studios in Hollywood. LP later re-recorded several songs, including “Someday”, “Levitator”, “Tokyo Sunrise” and “Into The Wild”, in the studio for Forever For Now.

Four unreleased performances from LP’s show at EastWest Studios have been added to the Deluxe Edition. Two of them, “Fighting With Myself” and “Forever For Now”, are original songs LP co-wrote. The remaining two are soaring covers of Roy Orbison’s “It’s Over”, first released in 1964, and Beyonce’s “Halo”, first released in 2008.


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