Olivia Rodrigo returns with video for new song “Vampire”: WATCH

Olivia Rodrigo is back: Watch the music video for “Vampire,” her first single since her 2021 debut TartBelow Petra CollinsJoe was behind the scene of “Good 4 U” directed Rodrigo’s new music video.

The new track features some pointed words towards an unnamed recipient: “Bloodsucker, fame-seeker, draining me like a ghastly vampire.” In the cleaned up version of the track, “fame faker” is changed to “dream crusher”, and “goddamn” to “damn”. Rodrigo formed “Vampire” with his first collaborator, Daniel Negro.

In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, Rodrigo discussed the song’s direction. “I think growing up I heard a lot of heavy stuff, and that’s what I’ve always been attracted to. But I feel that in my regular daily life, I cannot express those feelings of anger, dirty filth and littering,” she said. “And I feel, in music, you have the freedom to express feelings that you don’t get to express in your everyday life. And so I think that’s probably why I’m so attracted to it, because I don’t get to get messy every day in daily life and at work.

Singer-songwriter’s next album, Couragewhich he says is about “growing pains” and self-discovery, is due out on September 8. Give, Speaking further about the album in press materials, Rodrigo said, “I feel like I’ve aged 10 years between the ages of 18 and 20 – it was such an intense period of weirdness and change. I feel that it’s all a natural part of evolution, and hopefully the album will reflect that.

Rodrigo returns with 2022 Grammy wins for Best New Artist, Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance. Afterwards TartHe released a pair of Disney+ specials, sour prom and documentaries Driving Home 2 U (a bad movie), While on tour, Rodrigo became an outspoken advocate for abortion rights after the Supreme Court’s decision Roe v. Wade, She performed “Déjà Vu” and “Uptown Girl” with Billy Joel, inducted Alanis Morissette into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, sang “Torn” with Natalie Imbruglia, and performed “You” for Carly Simon’s Rock and Roll. Are So Wayne”. Hall of Fame induction. He first hinted at new music twitter video with negro Posted earlier this year.

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