EXPERIMENTAL POP SONGSTRESS, ROSE VILLAIN, RELEASES NEW VIDEO/SINGLE: “GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY POOL” AND MAKES HER AMERICAN DEBUT

(New York, NY) There’s something so magnetic about a story’s villain. You want to know their motive. You want to trace back history to the moment they snapped. You want to unravel their plan. They have such a beautiful, evil mind – it’s hard not to become infatuated with their cleverness. Rose Villain has that exact charm: smart, talented, charismatic – and maniacal.

The Milan-born, NYC-based vocalist and songsmith just debuted her distinctive brand of fashionable, forward-thinking – and completely villainous – pop music in her new video, “Get The Fuck Out Of My Pool.”

“Get The Fuck Out Of My Pool” is Rose Villain’s first music video and her first original single. The new track features an original spin on the classic friction between a party boy, who can’t commit, and a girl who’s had enough. Influenced by modern pop titans, such as Rihanna, Kanye West, Lana Del Rey and Drake, the clean and catchy production from Milan-based SIXPM (previously of 2ndRoof Productions) helps Rose Villain position herself to someday enter that echelon of pop ubiquity.

Originally from Milan, Rose Villain got her name when she moved to LA at age 18 and formed a punk band, The Villains. Covering punk greats, like Nirvana and The Clash, the band borrowed The Ramones’ idea of each band member having identical last names: “Villain”. After the group disbanded, Rose kept hers.

Be sure to catch the single on all major streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, etc.) on Friday, July 22!

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