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Peter Lake is a New York City-based singer-songwriter who revels in anonymity. His musical influences include Curtis Mayfield, Motown, Billie Eilish and Rüfüs Du Sol.

Therefore, it’s no surprise that he has not stuck to one genre, dabbling in rock, pop, indie, and house. Lake’s philosophy of music making is that by combining genres, the range of song creation has increased. A song that successfully incorporates and connects the positive aspects of different musical styles has the potential to be more universally appealing than any song in history.

A stone a leaf an unfound door. This is the lyric he was obsessed over. Sometimes when you read about difficult things happening—war, inflation, people becoming poor—it reminds me to return to my commonsense.

Peter Lake’s grandfather told him just before he died that to be prepared is the price of existence. There are hard times that do not last forever. There are easy times that do not last forever. This is the way of the world. But we must be prepared. And the other day all the noise of the news seemed to turn into this tornado in my mind!


Peter Lake suddenly shouted “enough!” Let us return to common sense. And let’s be prepared and put away our “Acorns”, since it may be a long and cold winter ahead. He  should have said thank you to Richard Fortus from the Guns ‘n Roses who played the guitar and banjo beautifully on this track.

Peter Lake works best on Alternative rock, Dance music, Dance-pop, Electronic rock, Electro-pop, Indie pop, Indie rock, Pop rock, Synth-pop, & Techno.


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