Renforshort shares ‘I Miss Myself’

Debut album due July 8th

After building buzz with recent releases “Moshpit” and “Made For You,” and “We’ll Make This Ok” featuring Travis Barker, 20-year-old alt-pop artist Renforshort unveils a new song entitled “I Miss Myself.” Released via Interscope Records, the song is available now at all digital retailers with a lyric video available. The song will be featured on Renforshort’s anxiously awaited debut album, Dear Amelia, which will be released on July 8th.

“‘I Miss Myself’ is about feeling like you need to be all these other people, until eventually you don’t know who you are anymore,” she says.

Opening in a stripped-back haze and reaching a wild ferocity at the bridge, the song also reveals Ren’s gift for elevating her storytelling through ingenious use of sonic contrast and dynamics.

“I wanted the song to feel like when you’re having a conversation and trying to stay calm, until you finally can’t hold back anymore and everything just explodes,” she explains.

Renforshort is currently out on tour supporting The Band Camino, after a run of dates with Tai Verdes earlier this spring, and will headline a North American tour this fall. Kicking off in her hometown of Toronto, ON the tour will make stops at major markets including New York and Los Angeles. Joey Valance and Brae will support on all dates. Renforshort will also perform at the already announced Riot Fest in Chicago and Firefly Festival in Dover, DE.

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