Caly Bevier Unleashes New "Hate U Sometimes" Single, Today via BMG


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Los Angeles, CA (May 10, 2019) – Sometimes a cancer diagnosis can derail dreams and alter the course of life, but that is not the case for rising L.A.-based pop artist Caly Bevier whose story is one of triumph and survival. The edgy 19-year-old songstress has released her sophomore single, “Hate U Sometimes,” today via BMG

“‘Hate U Sometimes’ is a song I feel like everyone can relate to,” Caly told Billboard which debuted the song this morning. “All relationships have ups and downs, but coming back to the reasons you fell in love with your partner in the first place is what keeps you moving forward as a couple. So have that fight if you need to. But say 'I love you' as soon as it ends.”

It was a long four-year journey to arrive at “Hate U Sometimes” which follows her first single, “Head Held High” (2018). At the age of 15, Caly was diagnosed with stage three ovarian cancer. A year later, following many chemo treatments and utilizing her internal spirit of a champion day after day, she went on NBC’s America’s Got Talent (watch here) where she was sent by Simon Cowell directly to the semi-finals. “There’s something special about you,” Cowell unequivocally told her on national TV. You may also recall Bevier from her appearance on Ellen (watch here) that was sparked from a viral video of Bevier covering Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song” that she recorded while fighting cancer.

Now immersed in the creative community of Los Angeles, Caly is spending her days in the studio with some of the industry’s top producers and writers, such as Bonnie McKee, crafting her first batch of original material. 

An official music video for “Hate U Sometimes” is expected to be released in the coming weeks.

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