Leah Sykes’ ‘Sorry to the Waitress’ Depicts a Public Lovers’ Quarrel

We often get so caught in keeping up the appearance of perfection, that we often fail to address what’s wrong in our relationships.

Nashville-based pop artist Leah Sykes wrote about one of those moments on her new single, “Sorry to the Waitress.” Released on Friday, the new tune takes us through a disagreement that takes place over dinner in a public setting. Sykes does a wonderful job giving us a view of the disconnect between two lovers — one partner, who has held her tongue for far too long, and another seemingly more concerned with the opinions of the strangers nearby.

“Sorry to the Waitress” is available now on all streaming platforms. Check it out below!

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