Lukas Rossi is Still Happy for “Summertime”

“For me personally, writing music and performing has always been an outlet of emotional expression and a safe place to take comfort in during hard times,” says Rossi. “Music has healed me in so many ways, so I felt like if I could use my voice to even help one person smile in some way, I wanted to do that, even if it was just with a lighthearted wave and a smile.”

Summertime, a follow up to 2017’s Naked, is the lighter side Rossi has wanted to explore for some time, revealing more dance-y and anthemic pop, showcasing a pure versatility outside of harder rock.