Lea Michele has already launched a “Cannonball,” and now she’s assessing the damage on the “Battlefield.”
Michele’s debut solo album, Louder, lands in March, and the march to its release is on with the arrival of the piano ballad “Battlefield,” which uses the same metaphor that Pat Benetar made popular several decades ago. It doesn’t have the same kind of propulsion as “Cannonball,” but it does show off her impressive pipes.
Give “Battlefield” a listen below — and try to figure out where that melody comes from, because it sounds deeply familiar:
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