MARZ LÈON sings in echoes to a lover about wanting to dance on "L D." It's a spacey track, off the soon-to-be-released album 44, that's full of hollow and synth-like vocals that illustrate the song's allure. As she repeats, Let's dance tonight, images of blue lights and attached lovers spill out from the lyrics. There's a trust in exchanging rhythms and LÈON is in tune with her partner and tapped into her own vulnerability.
Over email, MARZ LÈON told The FADER, "When you first make love, you feel a deep pull inside your body drawing you towards that one person. You start to turn warm inside. Then your body begins to move to the rhythm of that persons beat. You're mentally telling them through physical response: 'Take my hand, and let's dance tonight.'"
She continued, "Dancing could also be a mental thing. It's really up to your own interpretation but dancing is a very intimate thing to me. A connection on another level."