Following a three-year hiatus from her artist project, Caity Krone returns with a poignant single about lasting wounds caused by a lifelong frenemy. The song is a string-led interrogation of Krone’s deepest insecurities, produced by Jack Kleinick (grentperez, Groupthink, Madeline). Its accompanying music video, directed by Genevieve Andrews (V-Files, Billie Eilish), feels as pained as the mud fight that occurs between its female cast members.
Though it’s been a minute since Caity released any music herself, she’s been no stranger to the larger music world. You may recognize @caitytakesphotos” rel=”noopener” target=”_blank”>her photos, having worked with acclaimed artists such as Lizzy McAlpine, Laufey, MUNA, James Bay, and Stephen Sanchez. With the release of “Villain,” Krone embarks on what seems to only be the beginning of a compelling new chapter in her musical journey.