ROZZI—an artist you might recognize from her stint on an Adam Levine track from The Hunger Games Soundtrack—has returned to the music scene with a vulnerable new single called "Joshua Tree."
After opening for Maroon 5, The San Francisco native took a break from performing to find herself. In the process, she fell in love and got her heart broken. And from heartbreak came "Joshua Tree," a pop track grounded by a soulful vocal and stunning guitar. Of the track, ROZZI says:
I wrote 'Joshua Tree' a week after my boyfriend and I broke up - it's about trying to reconcile all the reasons we were together with all the reasons we ended it. It's the most personal song I've ever written. So we made a personal video. Intimate and simple and full of the little moments you remember after a break up, we tried to just tell the story like the song does.
Sitting on a stage in a dive bar, ROZZI delivers an emotional performance while flashing back to those little moments. Directed by Nick Leopold, the video feels like peering into a life we all recognize.