The momentum for Linying is only increasing as 2016 enters its second half.
The singer-songwriter has announced her debut EP with the title Paris 12, and its accompanying cover art presents her within a distorted canvas. It's unclear if her breakout single 'Sticky Leaves' will be included in the release, but the song has gotten its worldwide premiere via Billboard.
In a short interview with the US-based media brand, Linying explains the meaning behind the song, which has amassed her a local fanbase even before any official album release.
"I think there was a lot of disillusion and disappointment for me growing out of my teenage years and learning to live life out," the singer tells Billboard. "The song was probably my way of coming to terms with it -- acknowledging that there are things that you think should be but just aren't, and that there is, nevertheless, a worldly, fleshly, impermanent sort of beauty to living that's worth seeing even if without understanding."
Read her Artist x Artist interview with Inch here.
Stream 'Sticky Leaves' here: