Lindsay Lohan is teasing a comeback single called “Xanax”

Hear a snippet of Lohan’s imminent return to pop stardom.

August 29, 2019
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Just because Lindsay Lohan's beach club in Mykonos is now merely a pile of rocks doesn't mean her music career is. On Wednesday, DJ Kris Fade, of Virgin Radio Dubai, hit the airwaves with a snippet of LiLo's new single — her first since "Bossy" dropped 11 years ago. It's a song called "Xanax," which Fade describes as being "about anxiety, and pressure, and just taking care of yourself."

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"You're like Xanax to me, when you kiss me I can't breathe," Lohan sings in the tropical, clubby song. "I try to stay away from you but you get me high." In case you're wondering, her ambiguously ethnic accent is nowhere to be found. Fade only played a 30-second snippet of the track, but he did promise that the song is coming "very soon," likely in tandem with Lohan's hosting stint for The Masked Singer Australia. Hear it for yourself below.

Lindsay Lohan is teasing a comeback single called “Xanax”