Alternative R&B artist SunRhe released her debut LP Lavender Monday. The album is available on Spotify.

The album, as she told the City Paper last week, is a "self-aware reflection" of her experiences with love. SunRhe explores all facets of love, from self-love to romantic love. "Fresh Air," "SpaceJam Outro" and "Something Like Lavender" exemplify some of the LP's biggest strengths: unique production, calming melodies and confident vocals.
[content-1] SunRhe said she began to explore the album's themes after reexamining her definition of love. "I had a problem loving myself, not just in a literal way, but also feeling free enough to explore my creative side and really fall in love with things that I am passionate about," she said. That journey is felt on the album, as SunRhe moves from experimental to R&B to progressive pop.

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