Lindsay Lohan sings about anxiety in new track

Lindsay Lohan. (Photo: Greatstock/Splash)
Lindsay Lohan. (Photo: Greatstock/Splash)

Cape Town – Its official! Lindsay Lohan is returning to the music world with a comeback single about anxiety. 

The song is titled Xanax – which is a brand name for the drug alprazolam, which treats anxiety – and it sounds like a slow burning pop track that is ready to be remixed into a club anthem.

Lindsay recently served as a judge on The Masked Singer Australia but has also managed to find time to hit the studio over the past few months and post the pictures on her social media. 

The teaser for the song – which is the multi-talented artist's first new music since the 2008 single Bossy - premiered on The Kris Fade Show on Virgin Radio Dubai.

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Lindsay's first album, Speak, was released in 2004 and certified platinum by the RIAA. Her follow-up album, A Little More Personal (Raw), came out in 2005.