The actress has released the song Xanax, in which she sings about anxiety.
Lindsay Lohan has released her first song in more than a decade, and says the music video is about “moving forward and leaving the past behind.”
The 33-year-old singer and actress used Instagram to publish her video for the new single ‘Xanax’, and hopes the song will encourage people to “be grateful” and wait for opportunities instead of “numbing the mind.” .
She said on IGTV: “This video is a compilation of life cartoons. Family, love, the process of moving forward and leaving the past behind. Live and be happy, without fear. Just to be grateful and open our eyes to our opportunities instead of numbing the mind. ”
The star of ‘Mean Girls’, whose last release was the single ‘Bossy’ of 2008, has partnered with Alma, a contributor to Miley Cyrus, for the song, in which she sings about anxiety.
In May, Lindsay told fans he was preparing to restart his singing career, revealing that he had been busy in the recording studio.
Lindsay released two studio albums in the middle of the past decade, and the last one was ‘A Little More Personal’ in 2005, which followed her debut album ‘Speak’ in 2004.