• Peak/Valley


Embark on an intimate mountain hike to the highest peaks and deepest valleys of love and close relationships with Lucky Lo's "Peak/Valley." 

"Peak/Valley" is an affirming and relatable ode to the ups and downs of long-term relationships, friendships, and family ties. Lucky Lo's warm and distinctive vocals, which move from deep and emotional to bright and clear like the mountains themselves, add rich detail to the song's narrative.

Just like mountain climbers secure each other with carabiners - we too can keep each other safe when we choose to support one another through the treacherous terrain that is life. Swedish artist Lo Ersare grew up in a family where mountain hiking and climbing were a part of everyday life, so the symbolism behind the single is not unfamiliar to the now Copenhagen-based artist. 

"When you're climbing, there's always someone on the ground to secure you. That way, you're never alone, and having someone with you is crucial. The same goes for relationships," she emphasises.

"There's this idea that perfect balance is the ultimate goal, but the reality is that life is unpredictable, and we can't always control what happens to us. However, if we can weather the journey together, we can also find happiness together" explains Lo Ersare, who sings:

Look a star not falling far

Gotta go get it for ya

Cause it got dark and you got lost