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In a time where there is so much uncertainty, let Rosalía and her new music ease things over.
To her fans' surprise, the Spanish singer released a new song titled "Dolerme" ("Hurts Me") on Tuesday. The track details heartbreak and describes a person who always put her partner before her, always changed for them, and the subsequent disappointment with the end of the relationship.
"Por todas esas veces que me puse detrás/y yo cambié lo mío por lo que tú querías," Rosalía, 26, croons, which translates to, "For all those times I put myself behind/and I changed mine for what you wanted."
The "Malamente" songwriter also shared a message with her fans about being in quarantine and isolation amid coronavirus concerns.
"Many of us are in quarantine and many are taking risks to help others outside of home. I am in quarantine and I have lost track of time a bit because I decided that I was not going to think about it too much and that instead I was going to put my energy and my heart into doing something for others, in my own way," she wrote. "I know that what I do as an artist may seem expendable, for some it will be, but for me being able to make music is mental health."
"This song is called 'Dolerme' and I hope it makes you feel a little better like it did to me when I made it," she continued. "Please take care of yourselves and take care of all those around you, with all my love."