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MICHELLE VEZILJ RELEASES HER NEXT POP ANTHEM “I CANNOT LOVE YOU ANYMORE”

Today, October 18th, Los Angeles based award-winning singer-songwriter releases her next single “I CANNOT LOVE YOU ANYMORE” on all music platforms alongside a music video. The song and music video premiered at Entertainment Focus on Monday but is now available to stream everywhere!

“I CANNOT LOVE YOU ANYMORE” is about the demise of a relationship as drugs, alcohol, and cheating take hold of what was once a love worth fighting for,” says Vezilj. “It is about finally choosing yourself, standing up, and walking away, even if it kills you to do so.”

The single was produced by Wayne G. Miller, who has worked with music’s biggest names including Christina Perri, Demi Lovato, and most recently, AJ Mitchell, with music and lyrics by Michelle Vezilj and music by Eric Dash. The track also features legendary Lucy Walsh on piano and vocals who has toured internationally with her music, most recently with Maroon 5, One Republic, and Bruno Mars.

The music video was created by Michelle Vezilj and directed and edited by Micah Stuart who most recently won the Golden Trailer Award for his editing work on the Bohemian Rhapsody trailer. It was executive produced by award-winning filmmaker, Sonja O’Hara (Root Letter, Doomsday) and stars Michelle Vezilj (Sargasso), Sonja O’Hara (Doomsday), and Lucio Nieto. Watch here

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