Maude Latour is known as the Lorde-like pop artist. Latour started writing songs when she was a teenager, and now the 22 year old has released two EP's and more than a dozen singles. The New York-based pop newcomer, known for her catchy and bright tracks of heartbreak and sisterhood, went to an all-girls school growing up, and she is admired by fans for creating relatable music that reflects the complexities of female friendships and sexuality. In February 2021 she tweeted “its really the binary/phallic constraints on love and emotion that cause us to put love into boxes. feminine love is fluidity, boundaryless, friendship and romance blur, it is true feeling and it has no ends.”
“Lola” explores the complicated and blurred line between romantic and platonic feelings. Detailing her desire to protect her girls, her future and her love for Lola, the song explores the fluidity of relationships and love that can’t always be categorized.