Lenox Hills Finds Solace Through Vulnerability on Nostalgic New Single ‘Misnomer’

Lenox Hills Finds Solace Through Vulnerability on Nostalgic New Single 'Misnomer'

Alternative rock outfit Lenox Hills is kicking off its 2022 with the release of its infectious new single “Misnomer,” out March 16. This is the follow-up to its October 2021 double release of “Girls ‘Round Here” and “I Feel It Coming On” and will appear on the group’s upcoming record Golden Town. Drenched in lush production of glimmering guitars but dripping with cathartic lyricism about realizing you’re putting much more into your relationship than your partner, the track is steeped in relatability, solace and finding the strength to get through the unfair moments of life. Listeners can hear resemblances to Briston Maroney and Spacey Jane.

Everyone has been in an unhealthy relationship, but coming to terms with it is never easy. Writing about it and putting it on display for the world to see is even harder, but Lenox Hills knows it’s a painful experience that will pay dividends, not only for all four of them but also for the countless fans who will resonate with it. It’s easy to forget how gut-wrenching the lyrics are as the playful guitars come to the forefront, but once listeners recognize the incredible juxtaposition, they’ll want to savor every second.

“Misnomer” came together with the help of producer Logan Matheny, who’s worked with the likes of Judah & The Lion, Chuck Berry, and Sam Hunt. Fortunately, a music video for this track is also on the way, set to premiere in April.

Stream “Misnomer” on all major streaming platforms on March 16.