D.K. Lyons shines with real-life breakup song ‘The Sadness’

His music stays personal without sacrificing colorfulness, showcasing his unique perspective on Alternative Pop Rock
9 October 2022

By Frank Bell

Manhattan-based D.K. Lyons‘s latest song ‘The Sadness’ is flawlessly packed with an 80s feel to the beat. The lyrics touch on moving from fake love and naivety and the sleek production provides an emotional backdrop for these personal revelations.

Lyons states: ‘The Sadness’ is a real-life breakup story + a metaphor for moving on from a past that clings”

Lyons’ new single, ‘The Sadness’ is out now and showcases his goal of breaking down social barriers and experimenting with various genres D.K. Lyons is all about being authentic and honest. When you listen to his music for the first time, you can tell that he is not holding back.

D.K. Lyons has been dreaming of being a Rockstar since he was 5 years old, and now Manhattan-based songwriter his dream has finally come true. He released several songs on cassettes in the early years of his childhood.

Lyons would lose his father by the time he was only 6 years old. This loss became one of the many driving forces that move him forward in life. Lyons had been influenced by his mother and sister from a young age. They were the support system that allowed him to pursue his musical aspirations.

The Manhattan-based songsmith is well versed in the art of blending musical styles, drawing inspiration from The 1975, Third Eye Blind, and Prince. Lyons’ music stays personal without sacrificing colorfulness, showcasing his unique perspective on Alternative Pop Rock.

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