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Inspired by his own dark fantasies of self-medicating, "Six Pills" warns listeners of the dangerous cycle of substance abuse. Combined with the rest of the songs on his sophomore album, Modern Myths For A Crazy World, this song highlights Rosendale's penchant for musical storytelling.
Tell Me How To Let Go
"Tell Me How To Let Go" explores how abusive behavior can be transmitted through generations. Rosendale combines his vocals and songwriting with fervent pop and future bass production. His self-directed music video showcases the emotional duress caused by abuse from two different perspectives.
With over 50 million streams on Spotify, "No Friends" has become an anthem for all introverts and outcasts. In collaboration with producer Cadmium, Rosendale sings about the importance of embracing one's own unique identity and mastering the art of being alone.
Rosendale is a pop and electronic singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA. His introspective lyrics detail his experiences with heartbreak, depression, and social stigmas that have shaped the person he is today. Rosendale ventured into vocal work for multiple EDM genres in 2015; his successful progressive house and future bass collaborations are now featured on large indie labels such as NCS, Lowly Palace / Trap Nation, and Revealed Recordings. His voice and artistry have helped him garner over 150,000 subscribers on YouTube and more than 100 million streams on Spotify.
Rosendale released his debut EP Fairytale in 2017, followed by his debut album The Stages of Grief in 2021 and sophomore album Modern Myths For A Crazy World in 2022. In his latest album, Love, Loss, and the Woes of Humanity, Rosendale explores themes surrounding love and loss, mental health struggles, and current events. With introspective lyrics and soul-soothing vocals, he offers listeners a path to emotional catharsis in spite of the woes that bring humanity its greatest pains.
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