ABOUT THE ARTIST

Lexxi Raine is a singer-songwriter from Buffalo, NY, who has always been passionate about music. She formed her first band at the age of 16 through Craigslist in 2012 and has remained in the music industry ever since. In 2015, her original band, Avidd the Band, released their first professionally recorded album, Avidd the Album, along with her first music video to the hit single, "The Sappy Song". In 2016, Lexxi Raine decided to start a solo side project to keep her songwriting thriving through multiple band member changes. She released her first solo EP, MOXIE in 2017 along with a music video to the single, "Stop!". Since MOXIE hit the charts, Lexxi has been tirelessly working on new music among the stressful time of graduating college top of her class in Forensic Chemistry and starting her career.

Fun While It Lasted is her proudest achievement. Every song was chosen to show a different facet of love: whether it's giving up on love altogether and loving yourself, using someone to get over lost love, reconnecting with someone you were always supposed to love, pleading to not give up on love, loving someone so much that you lose yourself along the way, being hopeful for the chance at new love, and being angry because someone is trying to ruin the precious love you have. Lexxi Raine has taken her music onto every social media platform with weekly YouTube videos, daily Facebook posts, Instagram photos, Twitter, tracks on Soundcloud, tiers on Patreon, and her own personal website at Lexxiraine.com. She released her most professional music video on March 23rd, 2019, "What The Lonely People Do", which shows the loneliest and deepest inner emotions of Lexxi Raine, directed by Jordan Lee Sims. This is her proudest creation yet and she is so excited for the world to see this video and share the same feelings of using someone in the hopes it will make yourself feel better.

There are so many ways to love someone, and that's the point of her second EP, Fun While It lasted. The artwork of the album represents cynicism and how the bitter reality of this world can damage something that used to be pure. An ice cream cone, once delicious and appealing, can be ruined in an instant with the wrong touch. Loving someone can start with passion, beauty, hope, and can end in the blink of an eye, making you question why it even started. The most important thing to remember is that everything in life, especially love, is fun while it lasts.