Rothwell Shares ‘Stop Calling’ Music Video Shot at Brighton Pride

“Screw all of those 2am booty calls, this lady’s got shit to do and likes a good 8 hours of uninterrupted beauty sleep.”

We love us some Rothwell here at QWEERIST. We spoke to the Brighton-born pop starlet earlier this year when she released the amazing ‘Left Me at the Party’ and now she’s back with another absolute banger.

‘Stop Calling’ sees Rothwell once again team up with the legendary Tim Powell, famed for his work with pop production house Xenomania, who is joined by dance-floor hit-maker George Kwali. The track, which is also co-wrote by Rothwell, is a sassy anthem for anyone trying to get rid of that person who just doesn’t quite get the hint that you’re just not that interested anymore.

Rothwell says: “Stop Calling is a song about realising your worth and having the confidence to walk away from people who don’t value that. It’s about standing up for yourself, having ownership of how fabulous you are, and moving on.

Screw all of those 2am booty calls, this lady’s got shit to do and likes a good 8 hours of uninterrupted beauty sleep.

The video for ‘Stop Calling’ sees Rothwell and her girl pals take on Brighton Pride for a day of celebrating love with her friends, and paying zero attention to that person on the other end of the phone who just won’t give up.

2018 has found Rothwell surrounded with hype after previous track ‘Velvet Heart’ was featured on this year’s ‘Love Island’. After being played on the show, the track raced in to the Top 20 of the iTunes charts and has been streamed over half a million times to date.

Support also came from BBC Radio 1’s Adele Roberts who noted that ‘Left Me At The Party’ was the ‘best new pop’ anthem.

You can follow Rothwell on Facebook and Twitter, as well as on her official website.

Written by QWEERIST editor

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