Nashville Indie Pop Singer CAPPA Returns With Blissful 'I'm Good' Video: Exclusive Premiere

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Meet CAPPA: The Nashville-by-way-of-Philly artist, née Carla Cappa, has made quite a name for herself as a slick pop peddler channeling the likes of Lorde and Say Lou Lou.

And after dropping the infectious (and sizzling) summer anthem "I'm Good," she returns with the premiere of the track's video, exclusively via Billboard.

The clip finds the budding indie-pop superstar riding around town (top down) with her squad, in a nostalgic throwback to blissful summer nights, where disco bowling and Slurpees are all you need. It's a perfect sentiment for the self-empowerment tune, which is a declaration that you can be so much happier alone "than on some random person's arm," CAPPA says.

"It's an expression most of us use a lot without ever really thinking about it," she tells Billboard. "It feels anthemic and empowering to me and I hope it feels the same to listeners."