Lincoln is back with another single, “Manager’s Special.” This is a new single off his forthcoming debut album, “Everything is Wrong.” “Manager’s Special” is a self-deprecating and sad song with the lyrics, “I love you just enough to hope you don’t love me.”
The debut album “Everything is Wrong,” is set to release on January 13th, 2023, via I Surrender Records. The 12-track album is a dark insightful look at the innerworkings of Lincoln’s brain. It dives into the honesty of self-awareness and a rebellious mind. The album features other singles “Baby Take My Acid” featuring Penelope Scott, and the title track “Everything is Wrong.”
The Cincinnati, Ohio native, Lincoln, caught the attention of I Surrender Records when Sam Means, who was a previous member of the band The Format, tweeted a YouTube link to one of Lincoln’s covers. The record label reached out and signed him. In early 2017, Lincoln released his debut EP “A Constant State of Ohio” under the same I Surrender Records. In 2020, he found success with the viral hit “Saint Bernard” that had over 300 million streams worldwide on TikTok and Spotify.
Listen to “Manager’s Special” here
Pre-save and Pre-order the album “Everything Is Wrong” here
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