The Voice’s Cassadee Pope Reveals ‘Thrive’ Release Date, Drops Adorable “Tomorrow Night” Music Video
Cassadee Pope’s next album Thrive has cover art and a release date. The new album comes out on October 15. Pre-order the album now, and download a new track “Tomorrow Night.”
Additionally, the new song has an official music video. The cute clip follows Cassadee as she impatiently gets ready for a VERY IMPORTANT DATE. And I will say, her date is a cute. (Spoiler alert: It’s her adorable doggo Cuppy).
“I knew I wanted the music video for ‘Tomorrow Night’ to be fun, quirky and early 2000s nostalgic. I wrote the treatment and was so happy that Kamren Kennedy was up for bringing it to life,” Cassadee told People, where the video premiered. “I’ve never had so much fun shooting a video before.”
“Getting to spend the day shooting with my dog, Cuppy, was such a blast,” she says. “I hope this video makes people smile and feel like they’ve been transported to a time that was so influential for me.”
Cassadee back to her pop/punk roots
Cassadee has been sharing how she wants to get back to her pop/punk roots after spending the last decade singing country music. Before the Team Blake Shelton singer won The Voice season 3 in 2012, she fronted alternative band, Hey Monday which played festivals like Lollapalooza.
She told People that the song was inspired by the sounds of alternative rock band, Weezer.
“It’s a love song at its core, wrapped in walls of guitars and high energy percussion,” said Cassadee. “I hope people relate to this lyric of just wanting to fast forward to the moment you get to be with the person you’re in love with.”
Proceeds of the new song’s merchandise (specifically a special dog onesie) will go to Doug the Pug’s foundation, which helps support children and families battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
Cassadee wrote “Tomorrow Night” with help of co-writers Devin Guisande and Aaron Chafin and producers Nick Wheeler (guitarist for The All American Rejects)and Karen Fairchild (of Little Big Town).
Cassadee describes in an interview with Pop Culture how she wrote the entire album THrive on Zoom during the pandemic. Also she describes how she feels “the most like myself” as she blends her influences including pop/punk and country into her sound.