UK-Based singer-songwriter Heidi Rolph-Stott is out with ‘Unlovable’, her official second single.
Unlovable is a follow-up on her debut song ‘Better off Now‘, a song about getting over a toxic past relationship, which Heidi released in March of this year. ‘Better off Now’ secured a placement on the live lounge special episode of BBC Music Introducing and also got her airplay on radio stations from Birmingham, London and Manchester, to Australia, Indiana, Scotland and New Zealand. She worked with director and cinematographer, Victor Bastidas to produce the creative visuals for Better off Now.
Heidi has a special ability to pack a lot of deep messaging in very simple lyrics. Unlovable is obviously a personal song for Heidi. It dwells on the theme of life, love, pain and heartache. On rhythmic drum beats and dreamy synth hooks, we see Heidi combine her angelic vocals with a very memorable hook where she questions her ability to accept love. She’s reached a point in her life where she wonders if you can truly be happy on your own or if you need to find someone in order to make yourself feel lovable. The pop song is guaranteed to get you singing along to it.
With Heidi Rolph-Stott’s ‘Unlovable’, she announces her new collaboration with the British independent record label and artist development company — MAS Records.
Stream ‘Unlovable’ by Heidi Rolph-Stott below: