Today Rosehardt announces the release of his debut album, Songs in the Key of Solitude, on Styles Upon Styles Records, due out April 6. In the album teaser, watch a spoken word piece that he recites directly to the camera, but really to himself. SUS provides some information about the release, emphasizing that Rosehardt is alone, but not lonely; “Solitude is something different. It’s finding the sublime internally and embracing the peace that comes with being alone. You find solitude, it can’t find you.” In finding himself, the next single from Rosehardt’s album reveals a crisis of faith.

'Goddamn' is a song with a few simple parts: a downtempo drum machine, sung vocals, and a spoken verse. With them, Rosehardt builds a cathedral, imbuing the track with gospel influences. He cries to his mama, refusing to go to church at her suggestion, because “it’s too hard”! With an even flow, he gives us reasons why, and all of it leads to a cacophony of the track’s titular vulgarity, meant to curse the God that he no longer puts his faith in.

'Goddamn', as well as two previous singles, 'Bad Song' and 'Fall Into You', will appear on Rosehardt’s debut LP, Songs in the Key of Solitude, out April 6th; visit Styles Upon Styles to pre-order. Follow Rosehardt on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.