Lindsay Lohan is making a music comeback after 11 years with a new song
Xanax marks her first music release after 2008’s Bossy.
It’s been more than a decade since Lindsay Lohan last had a song – and now she’s back.
The 33-year-old former teen idol played a teaser of her upcoming single Xanax on Thursday (Aug 29) during a podcast episode of Virgin Radio Dubai’s The Kris Fade Show.
The 30-second snippet featured her singing: “Would you like to sit next to me? When you kiss me, I can't breathe. I try to stay away from you, but you get me high. Only person in this town that I like. Guess I can take one more trip for the night – just for the night.”
Xanax marks Lohan’s first music release after 2008’s digital download Bossy, which was produced by Ne-Yo. She also has two albums, Speak and A Little More Personal (Raw), way back in 2004 and 2005, respectively.
Xanax, in case you’re wondering, is a prescription drug used to manage anxiety disorders, which seems appropriate given Lohan’s colourful past regarding her mental health.
She had first suggested a return to music back in May, when she posted a video on Instagram inside a recording studio.
Lohan has also posted videos on Instagram of herself singing and dancing along to Xanax, which has yet to have a release date.