Ronnie Watts | Sad Summer

Whilst the world has been full of uncertainty in 2020, Ronnie Watts has consistently released a string of pop hits-to-be for her burgeoning fanbase, and new single 'Sad Summer' is yet another well-crafted alt-pop song from the Rochester, New York native.

'Sad Summer' has a fresh beat building throughout with a special, organic vocal. Her tone is super current and ready for the mainstream. The track builds into a really great dance-pop track with a catchy chorus that will get you hooked. The impressive, poetic lyrics tell an honest story about a summer full of living for the moment, and ultimately, heartbreak. It's a bop that you didn't know you needed until now.


'Sad Summer' comes following Ronnie Watts February 2020 debut single 'Famous In California' which to date, has excess a quarter of a million global streams and sophomore single 'Break Your Heart'. The self-written track by Ronnie and produced by Harper James documents the summer of 2019 - good intentions which intended in tears, but has inspired a plethora of songs to come.


In her nostalgic, classic style, Ronnie Watts has spent most of her youth honing her song-writing

ability, building a recording studio in her basement, and journaling her heartbreak through the lens of pop music. Along the way, she’s picked up a slew of dedicated followers on social media, collaborated with reputable producers on original music and become a regular on the live circuit in New York.


Ronnie Watts ability to connect to her audience makes her the modern hero for the suburban teens spending nights listening to heartbreak tunes. She is able to make the walls fall from around you and place you exactly in the time and place she’s singing about – which, much of the time, is somewhere between youthful bliss and teenage angst; a fine line relatable to many of Ronnie’s young followers.

Listen to 'Sad Summer' HERE Instagram: @ronniesings

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