It might also simply not be linked to a brand fresh album from the First Girl of High Dawg Leisure, but SZA returns with a brand fresh single, “The Nameless Ones.” From the Dear Evan Hansen film soundtrack, the song—which premiered earlier this month—softly falls into the same vein because the leisure of her discography the place she sings about navigating existence and relationships as a 20-something woman.
Dear Evan Hansen is a coming-of-age musical drama that follows Hansen— an anxious, remoted high-faculty senior “with Social Dread disorder [on] his hurry of self-discovery and acceptance following the suicide of a fellow classmate,” as described by IMDb.
The visual for “The Nameless Ones” highlights SZA as a struggling artist attempting to destroy out in a well-known city. She’s first viewed writing in her journal sooner than embarking on a rush. Like most creatives in a metro city, she rides the bus while fantastically unbothered by the rather a pair of passengers. Director Colin Tilley is definite to retain the singer in focal level in spite of the swarms of of us buzzing swiftly round her.
Though she isn’t gaining the honour she seeks, her anonymity in transient fades as one more struggling ingenious spots her on a park bench and the 2 change level-headed glances.
Survey SZA’s fresh video above. Dear Evan Hansen is in theaters now.