'Back to Me': Lindsay Lohan's newest single has landed


Lohan signed with the label in 2019; it represents a number of notable pop artists, including Post Malone, Ariana Grande, The Jonas Brothers, James Blake, Jessie J and Taylor Swift, under distribution subsidiary Taylor Swift Productions Inc.

Lohan took to Instagram this week to explain the message behind her new song, "Back to Me".

On Tuesday, Lohan, 33, had released the first teaser clip-a compilation of news footage covering her "evolution" over the years, from actress to singer to tabloid obsession to reality star.

The last time Lohan shared a new song was back in 2005 when she dropped A Little More Personal.

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During a 2014 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Lindsay admitted to being an "addict" after being questioned, and she called booze 'a gateway to other things for me, ' adding that she 'tried cocaine with alcohol'.

The bridge continues with Lohan asserting "my life is full of ripped up pages, I've been weak, contagious, but I've been coming back to me" before her voice distorts as she repeats the sentiment over sparse handclaps and dreamy synths backing the song's chorus. Listen to "Back To Me" below. Electro-pop single Back to Me is available to stream online and a lyric video has been released on YouTube.

"I'm back", Lohan triumphantly declares in a voiceover at the end of the video.

The actress captioned it: 'The song is about rediscovering and accepting oneself, shutting out the noise and moving forward and letting the past go. But we're willing to be patient if LL3 turns out to be anything like her 2004 album "Speak", which included the incomparable bop "Rumours".