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Hungarian-born vocalist/writer Dorothy has released her new album, Gifts From The Holy Ghost, via Roc Nation/Spinefarm Records. In addition to the album's release, the rocker has dropped a new music video for the song "A Beautiful Life." With "Gifts From The Holy Ghost," Dorothy identifies her purpose as an artist. She conquers darkness with light, numbness with feeling, disharmony with unity—all while delivering one of this year’s most fun rock & roll records. We recently caught up with the singer to learn more about her return to her complex rock roots. After exploring California desert rock both sonically and aesthetically on her sophomore effort, "28 Days in the Valley," "Gifts From the Holy Ghost" marks Dorothy's return to the high voltage rock 'n' roll she became known for with her 2016 debut "Rockisdead." Featuring collaborations with former Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hook, Breaking Benjamin's Keith Wallen, Trevor Lukather and more, this new release is guitar-heavy and bursting with energy. "I wanted it to just have teeth and more bite to it because I felt like that was true to who I am," Dorothy told us in an exclusive interview ahead of the album's release. "I was always open to suggestions and experimenting, hence "28 Days in the Valley." But I was like, 'You know it's just time for me to really lean into what I enjoy.' And that's what I did." "A Beautiful Life" features the vocalist's absolute favourite lyric on the album — "Don't let the demons get you down" — and it's become somewhat of a mantra for her in recent years.