Rosalia is spending her quarantine in Miami, keeping safe while her family is doing the same in Barcelona.
“As a musician, I feel like we spend a lot of time isolated studying music or producing or recording,” she told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe on Tuesday (April 14). “We do it a lot, but at the same time, I miss being on stage. I miss being in the street talking to my friends.”
On March 24, in the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic, the award-winning Spanish artist released her single “Dolerme,” an urban-infused alternative rock song about changing for someone who’s not worth it. She expressed to Lowe that the song was born during her first two weeks of being in quarantine and with the help of Canadian producer Frank Dukes.