Los Angeles artist Sam DeRosa shares official visual for ‘Sad Faces’: Watch

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Are the effects of coronavirus pandemic making you sad? If you need a song to get you through the rest of weekend, turn on Los Angeles-based singer Sam DeRosa’s catchy track ‘Sad Faces’. Through its songwriting, the song tries its best to encapsulate what it is like to be depressed, morose, and still trying to live a healthy and functional life. If you’re ready to keep your happy thoughts and work on your mental health, this one might be for you. Check out the visual below.

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