Dorothy has released a new single and music video titled “What’s Coming to Me.” The swampy blues canticle recounts her time spent away since her last record, during which she re-evaluated herself and found strength in her rock ‘n’ roll roots.
The song “is a story about casting out a demon and getting redeemed–a metaphor for depression or addiction,” she said. “I think it’s something we can all relate to. Everyone’s struggling with something.”
Directed by frequent Smashing Pumpkins collaborator and visual artist Linda Strawberry, the bold video for “What’s Coming to Me” features spiritual iconography, striking costumes and a full-on exorcism–a moving depiction that foreshadows a new and defiant era for the songstress.
“What’s Coming to Me” is available across all digital retailers on Roc Nation. Listen or add to your playlist here.
Dorothy’s most recent album, “28 Days in the Valley,” was released in 2018. That followed her debut full-length, “Rockisdead,” released in 2016. Her third album, “Gifts from the Holy Ghost,” is expected in 2022.