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Claire This Summer

Maintaining unstoppable momentum this year, 18-year-old Southern California singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Claire Rosinkranz serves up a new song entitled “123” via slowplay/Republic Records.

The track opens with a nostalgic swell of production as she croons, “I’m wasting your time, and by the way you’re a shitty dancer. It kicks into a head-nodding bassline and glitchy beat as she exhales, “I just want to mess up what we had. Maybe you should listen to my dad.The track showcases her seamless ability to shift back and forth between vibes effortlessly with style and substance.

It arrives on the heels of her pop punkified anthem “i’m too pretty for this.The latter has already amassed over 1.2 million Spotify streams and counting. Inciting widespread critical applause, HYPBAE christened it “your new villain era anthem” and went on to hail it as “a relatable bop that literally everyone in a toxic relationship needs to hear.” OnesToWatch noted, ‘i’m too pretty for this’ sees her trading in butterflies for daggers as she moves on in enthralling fashion,and Atwood Magazine raved, “the tune is a masterclass in cultivating self love.

Since releasing her breakout debut “Backyard Boy,” Claire has steadily been building a diehard fanbase worldwide, racking up over 1 billion global streams and counting.

Next up, Claire hits the road with upcoming appearances at Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Life Is Beautiful and as direct support for Alec Benjamin on his The (UN)Commentary Tour. The dates with Alec Benjamin kick off on September 8 in Austin, TX at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater, visits major markets coast-to-coast, and concludes on October 16 at Arizona Federal Theatre in Phoenix, AZ.


Claire Rosinkranz first made her mark in 2020 with the independent release of “Backyard Boy.” The song initially exploded on TikTok and went on to become a breakout viral hit, accumulating over one billion total streams, going gold, and receiving widespread acclaim from outlets like The New York Times and Billboard who both named it among “The Best Songs of 2020.” It also earned her an MTV Trending VMA for “Best Breakthrough Song.”

Her debut EP BeVerly Hills BoYfRiend quickly followed via her signing with slowplay/Republic. It saw the promising artist collaborate with artists like Jeremy ZuckerRole Model, and Clinton Kane. In 2021, Claire released her 6 Of A Billion EP which amassed 173 million global streams and saw her launch a sold-out tour.

Continuing the momentum, she kicked off 2022 with the release of a series of singles. “don’t miss me” eclipsed 40 million cumulative streams in addition to fueling 62K TikTok creates. Meanwhile, “i h8 that i still feel bad for u” dropped to rave reviews from Billboard and more. Claire notably received a nomination in the category of “Social Star” at the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards.

With more music on the horizon, Claire continues to push herself and alternative pop forward on her own terms.


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