LAL's Rosina Shares New Song "Dance Alone"

It was inspired by Toronto's Club Quarantine

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Apr 13, 2020

Toronto's Club Quarantine has been an early highlight of live music's move to livestreaming due to coronavirus, and the digital digs have motivated LAL's Rosina Kazi to share a new solo single.

Today, Kazi has shared "Dance Alone" as Rosina, a song penned age 16 she has now "brought to life in the future" after finding herself "inspired by Club Quarantine and all the queer DJ things happening online, and to all of us dancing at home by ourselves."

Kazi's fitting lyrics find her singing, "I dance alone sometimes / When the world feels it's ending / I dance alone sometimes / When I want to be free."

You can bust a move to twinkling electronics produced by Phen Ray below.

LAL released their Dark Beings album last year, and shared a music video for album cut "I Am Goddess" this past March.

Read our interview with Club Quarantine co-founder Casey MQ

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