Single artwork for Cassadee Pope's new single, "People That I Love Leave."

Cassadee Pope Takes Fans Back To Pop-Punk Roots With Upcoming Single, “People That I Love Leave”

Cassadee Pope is taking fans back to her pop-punk roots with the April 14 release announcement for her new single, "People That I Love Leave."

GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Cassadee Pope feels nostalgic as she announces her upcoming single, “People That I Love Leave,” will release on April 14 and will feature the platinum-certified singer-songwriter returning to her pop-punk roots.

Joining the talented singer-songwriter are Ali Tamposi, Roman Campolo, Nick Long, and Andrew Luce, who all helped Cassadee Pope write her upcoming release. “People That I Love Leave” is described as a high-energy track fueled by emotionally charged lyrics.

Cassadee Pope has been teasing her fans with the single’s release for months, performing an acoustic rendition across her socials, and many utilizing the song clips in various Instagram reels and TikTok videos. To say fans are excited would be an understatement, as many have been hoping the singer-songwriter would return to the genre in some capacity.

While speaking about the new direction she’s heading in musically, Cassadee Pope shared, “I wanted to lead with a high-energy, uptempo song. I love jumping around on stage and always have since Hey Monday. This song gives people a pretty clear picture of where I’m headed sonically and energetically.”

Once again, Cassadee Pope’s upcoming single, “People That I Love Leave,” drops on April 14, and fans can begin pre-saving her monumental pop-punk return starting today.

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