Some people say that life is a party and part of the reason for that is a desire to live life to the fullest. In her newest single, "There Is No Rule", Los Angeles-based pop singer Whitney Lyman encourages listeners to have fun while doing whatever makes them happy.
Production wise and lyrically, the song has influences that are reminiscent of Pink's "God Is A DJ". The song opens with a funky bass groove as Lyman sings and urges the listener to stoke their inner fire and do whatever they want.
By the time the chorus comes in, the bass groove takes on a slight pop-rock vibe that makes the listener want to dance. Lyman's lyrics do the same as she sings and tells the listener to let loose and enjoy themselves.
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Whitney Lyman is a singer-songwriter who originally established herself as a scene. Endorsed by Gibson Guitar and Mackie Gear, she has performed extensively including tours across the U.S. and Europe, on Jimmy Kimmel Live as a featured vocalist with Grammy-nominated act, Odesza, fronting as a lead vocalist and arranger for Seattle Rock Orchestra, and has appeared on KING5, KTLA, and NBC Palm Springs, as well as music festivals such as Sasquaatch! and Capitol Hill Block Party. Whether performing solo, with her band, or an entire orchestra she has the dynamic range to cover it all and captivate any audience. Now branching out her base to greater California and beyond, playing regularly at Temecula Valley wineries, and Palm Springs area. Available for high-end restaurants, weddings, wineries, private events, music festivals and more, her vibrant music will shine a spotlight on her years of experience, bringing her best covers of pop, rock, r&b, jazz, and her own soulful original songs that bring an ethereal mood to every stage.