For many, the end of Swedish rockers Sister Sin came as a surprise, but after thirteen years as part of the band, vocalist Liv Sin vowed to soldier on as a solo artist. Now we're starting to get new music, with the song "Let Me Out" serving as Liv Sin's first solo track.

As you can hear in the player above, "Let Me Out" is a guitar-driven rocker with the vocalist seemingly expressing her fight with inner demons, belting at one point, "There's a war in my head / I cannot trust myself."

“The song is about what a person is willing to do and sacrifice to take themselves out of a destructive situation, sometimes with fatal consequences. We see it every day, the desperation in the world is spreading and gets people to behave irrationally. It feels incredibly good to release this single and finally show what we've been working on. I've found a really good gang of new band members and we can’t wait for the world to hear our songs and to come out and play live," says the vocalist.

If you like what you hear, the song is featured on Liv Sin's debut solo disc, Follow Me, which is set to drop on April 28. The singer worked on the effort with co-producers Stefan Kaufmann and Fitty Wienhold, both of the band U.D.O. Pre-orders for the album are currently being taken at this location.

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