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Exclusive Premiere: Watch Cassie Dasilva’s New Video for “We Might Break Up”

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Canadian pop artist Cassie Dasilva is back with a new video for “We Might Break Up”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below.

“We Might Break Up” explores the classic “it’s not you, it’s me”, as Dasilva dissects her own self-destructive spiral and contemplates sabotaging a healthy relationship “so [she] can control something”. Produced by Robyn Dell’Unto and accompanied by a “Euphoria”-inspired music video (co-directed by Dasilva and shot with 100% female crew), this is the Canadian independent pop artist’s second release of 2021, following her TikTok viral track “Unsolicited Contact”.

An Orillia, ON singer-songwriter, Dasilva has been turning heartbreak and introspection into pop anthems since bursting onto the scene in 2018 after the release of the singles “Welcome To My Castle” which peaked at #8 on Spotify’s Viral 50 Chart and “Rough Cut,” produced by JUNO Award-Winning Mike Wise (bülow, Ralph). Dasilva went on to independently release the holiday single “Season’s Greetings” featured at the top of Spotify’s “Christmas in Canada” playlist and in the film “The Christmas Wedding Planner”, and later released “Still in Love” (produced by Mike Wise) in 2019, which outperformed both of her label releases on streaming platforms in only two weeks’ time.

After spending years crafting her own unique sound and finding her voice, Dasilva is gearing up to release her debut EP in 2021, combining intoxicating melodies with the sullen uncertainty of self-discovery through a new-found artistic lens.

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