Role Model’s ‘Look At That Woman’ Is Fuelled By Regret

His new album is out next month...

Role Model has shared new song ‘Look At That Woman’.

The alt-pop maverick’s debut album ‘Rx’ landed back in 2022, depicting a talent wrestling with his own potential. Since then he’s blossomed, with Role Model set to release his second album on July 19th through Polydor Records.

New single ‘Look At That Woman’ is a breezy alt-pop mover, one packed with early 70s sonics and easy-going thrills. Beneath the warm glaze on the surface, however, lies a lyric about mistakes, regrets, and heartbreak.

‘Look At That Woman’ deals with the process of moving on, and perpetually being caught up in a maze of: what if…?

Constructed alongside Jonah Shy (Shawn Mendes) and singer-songwriter Annika Bennett, who also contributed background vocals, production comes from Noah Conrad (Niall Horan, Ashe).

“’Look At That Woman’ is a very nostalgic song that is looking back and regretting certain decisions,” explains Role Model. “It’s my coping song disguised as a nice, easygoing little jam.”

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Orlandito Gil 

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