Carly Rae Jepsen promotes self-love with jubilant “Party For One”

“Party For One” will be featured on Carly Rae Jepsen‘s upcoming fourth album due out next year.

Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen is back with another extatic pop banger. On “Party For One”, the follow up to her 2017’s excellent “Cut To The Feeling”, she doesn’t need anyone else to celebrate and love herself. According to NPR, the self-love anthem, which was co-produced by Captain Cuts and HIGHTOWER, features a staccato synth-marimba that pulses at the same tempo as Steve Reich‘s 1976 masterpiece “Music for 18 Musicians”. The song also comes with a sick Bardia Zeinali-directed video and a statement from the artist:

To me ‘Party For One’ is an anthem of what it is to celebrate time with yourself, which is a hard thing for people to really enjoy sometimes, and it’s something I’m learning to do more and more,” Jepsen said in a press release. “This song represents a lot of what this album is about for me which is romantic love but self-love too.

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