NEW MUSIC: ROZZI | I CAN'T GO TO THE PARTY + PREMIERES NEW MUSIC VIDEO
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Rozzi Crane Rozzi announced her third EP, “Hymn for Tomorrow,” the first installment of a new full-length album due July 2 on BMG. The announcement is the release of a brand new song titled "I Can't Go To The Party," which was written by Pretty Sister Whitney Phillips and Rozzi Crane. Her new track is a bold, R&B-styled “I Can’t Go To The Party” single alongside a striking new video directed by Jack Begert. When she wrote it, the song described a “brutal” experience running into an old flame at a social gathering and reflecting on personal growth through experiences. The single now holds a dual meaning. It also encompasses the spring awakening that we feel as we come out of lockdown.
As for the video, Rozzi explained, “For the video, we wanted to capture that vulnerability, moodiness, and melodrama by showing me all dressed up in diamonds, with nowhere to go… Just alone, eating popcorn in bed, with a full face of makeup on. Our brilliant director Jack Begert captured it perfectly. And of course, with the Pandemic, none of us have been able to go to any parties for the last fourteen months- so it took on a whole other meaning!” The much-anticipated "Hymn for Tomorrow" EP arrives three years after the San Francisco-born singer’s 2018 debut, "Bad Together," which followed a series of high-profile collaborations with Kendrick Lamar and Pusha T plus a sold-out arena tour supporting Maroon 5.