TikTok’s Michael Sanzone Releases New Song

TikTok’s Michael Sanzone Releases New Song

After months of teasing his new song across socials, internet session Michael Sanzone, is thrilled to release “Tear It Down.” An epic and soaring exploration of a breakup sees Sanzone’s powerful brooding voice at the forefront of a folk-inspired power ballad. “Tear It Down” is poised to unveil a fresh dimension of his artistic expression, while profoundly resonating across all audiences. Michael has come a long way in his young career, blossoming from internet personality to THE singer-songwriter artist to watch. After shedding away from his time in TikTok’s infamous Hype House, he has spent years honing his artistry and creating a sound reminiscent of the true Michael (behind the light/fun videos he has built his following with). “Tear It Down” sees this stark contrast in action, it’s a hauntingly epic power ballad depicting the demise of a relationship with Michael’s brooding vocals at the forefront of the track.

With only two songs under his belt, Sanzone has already amassed over 150k monthly Spotify listeners, ​​cementing himself as a true artist to watch. “Tear It Down,” follows the previous releases, “Home” and “The Fall,” two unequivocally relatable songs around the themes of different stages of relationships.

Hailing from San Pedro, CA, and now calling Los Angeles home, Sanzone, an influencer and musician, ignited his passion with music when fellow artist JVKE (“golden hour”) invited him to record instantly after hearing Sanzone humming. This recognition of raw talent sparked an era of musical exploration over two years, which led to the creation of his debut EP set for release later this year. Influenced by the folk-pop icons Ed Sheeran and Lewis Capaldi from his upbringing, his musical style echoes the soulful tones reminiscent of Noah Kahan and David Kushner. Sanzone’s musical ambition lies in evoking a myriad of emotions, envisioning himself standing alongside the biggest in music. 

Photo credit of Michael Sanzone: Alex Figs

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