Rising pop singer and songwriter Alexa Cappelli, who MTV hailed as a “voice of a generation,” returns with her new single, “Lose Lose,” out on Arista Records.
Listen to “Lose Lose” on all streaming platforms: http://AlexaCappelli.lnk.to/LoseLose
Co-written with Skyler Stonestreet (Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber) and Pom Pom (mxmtoon, John Legend, renforshort), Alexa’s new single is an explosive alt-pop anthem about cutting the cord on a toxic friendship.
“I wrote ‘Lose Lose’ while going through a friend breakup,” says Alexa. “It helped me process and validate myself after consistently validating this person for years, only to still be blamed for their problems and sadness. I hope my fans can find relief in it from any toxic relationships, as a marker to realize enough is enough. Everyone is responsible for their own emotions and decisions, and friendships are meant to help build each other up, not tear down.”
In addition to sharing her new single, Alexa will also be opening for ANDI on November 15th at Los Angeles’ Moroccan Lounge. Tickets are available here.
About Alexa Cappelli:
Alexa Cappelli molds her songs out of heartfelt confessions, honest thoughts, and unforgettable experiences projected without filter by her traffic-stopping voice. Rather than pull any punches, the Southern California singer and songwriter opens up fearlessly with attitude and sensitivity in equal measure.
Opting to leave college early, she focused on music wholeheartedly. Inspired by everyone from Maggie Rogers and Sigrid to Julia Michaels, Dua Lipa, Sabrina Carpenter, Jon Bellion, and The Band CAMINO, she began to write and record music of her own. In the midst of the global pandemic, her single “Forbidden” gained traction, amassing over 2.5 million Spotify streams. She captivated audiences on TikTok with powerful performances and candid posts. During 2021, “SAY SOMETHING” generated over 3.2 million Spotify streams and paved the way for her independent Confused @ 22 EP.
Matching the nuances of the music, Alexa possesses a fashion sensibility all her own too. She loves to thrift. As a vegan, she staunchly supports animal rights and advocates for sustainability. Her emphasis on advocacy remains a family tradition as her family launched the non-profits Steven’s Hope For Children and the thrift shop A Lot of Good Thrift.
After amassing millions of streams across and earning acclaim from tastemakers like MTV, Just Jared and 1883 Magazine, Alexa marked a new chapter earlier this year by signing with her new label home, Arista Records.