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Lilah Burdine’s Song of the Day

Jacqueline Boynton

Lilah Burdine’s song of the day is Thérèse by Maya Hawke. This indie anthem is a simple yet moving song about a woman, Thérèse. Burdine likes Hawke’s representation of the queer community, and while Burdine listens to all kinds of music, she feels particularly close and connected to artists like Hawke.

“Music is very important to me, and I think it shows a lot about how I express myself in a lot of different ways,” Burdines said. “It’s helped me find a lot of community and solace when I’m going through hard times.”

You can find Thérèse along with other songs on Hawke’s second album, Moss. Burdine admires Hawke’s talent; their background in music goes back many years, from playing six instruments to a choir career lasting 10 years. In the end, Burdine’s favorite genre is simple guitar songs, just like Thérèse.

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Jacqueline Boynton, Journalist
Jacqueline Boynton is a junior at Community and in her first semester on staff. Though it's her first semester on the Communicator last year she was a social media editor for The Midnight Sun. She likes doing theater, singing and traveling during her free time. She loves musicals and traveling to her favorite place, Chicago.

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