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The multi-talented songwriter and vocalist from Southern California is turning heads with his captivating blend of memorable alt/symphonic rock compositions and imaginative imagery.

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(LOS ANGELES, CA) - 02/14/2024 - Southern California-based songwriter, vocalist, producer, and performer Robbie Fitzsimmons, is captivating audiences with his unique blend of alt/symphonic rock compositions and vivid imagery. His latest single, "The Worst Is Over," dropped last Friday, February 8th, and will be accompanied by an eagerly awaited music video set for release on February 23rd. The single is part of a carefully planned 45-week rollout of new tracks that will drop every five weeks. The upcoming music video features over 50 participants and is a testament to Fitzsimmons' creative vision, crafted with meticulous choreography to achieve two seamless single shots. 

On the heels of his recent single “So Says the Sound,” this single and “The Worst is Over” will be included on the 2024 album ‘Blue Meets Orange.’ In early February, Robbie played a successful show at The Mint in Los Angeles with support from Centershift (Onesidezero) and Mal, with the latter featuring singer/guitarist Kris Jung of the band performing live with Robbie as part of his live band.

Fitzsimmons boasts a rich history in the music industry, not only as a prolific songwriter but also as a collaborator with some of the industry's heavyweights. His contributions have earned him recognition, including mentorship from Paul Simon for his songwriting prowess. With appearances at top-tier festivals such as Glastonbury, Burning Man, Coachella, and EDC, he additionally performed exclusive events for icons like Elon Musk and HBO; Fitzsimmons has solidified his presence on the global stage. 

His work on Lana Del Rey's "Ultraviolence" has garnered Platinum RIAA status, further attesting to his multifaceted talent and versatility across genres. Driven by personal experiences, Fitzsimmons infuses his songwriting with authenticity and soul, drawing from his identity as an LGBTQ+ artist living with bipolar disorder. "The Worst Is Over" and his forthcoming album, 'Blue Meets Orange,' serve as a poignant ode to resilience, aiming to unite listeners and fellow creatives grappling with their adversities. 

Fitzsimmons aims to offer solace and connection to his audience through introspective lyrics and soothing melodies. Beyond his musical prowess, Fitzsimmons distinguishes himself with captivating live performances imbued with theatrical flair, complemented by striking photography and album artwork. This multifaceted approach underscores his commitment to delivering his audience an immersive and electrifying experience. To learn more about Robbie Fitzsimmons, visit -

About Robbie Fitzsimmons:

In the diverse realm of music, California-based artist Robbie Fitzsimmons emerges as a vivid symbol of authenticity. The renowned singer-songwriter can transform life's challenges into melodic narratives that have an incredible impact beyond the final note. With music industry experience as both a professional songwriter, pianist, and vocalist, he proudly holds a Platinum RIAA album for his contributions to Lana Del Rey's "Ultraviolence," showcasing an artistic influence that extends beyond himself and illuminates the intricate contours of the human experience. 

What sets Robbie apart is a distinctive voice and songwriting style that is a gift to himself and those he works with —a voice that courageously delves into the complexities of identity, love, and mental health through a poetic lens. His work transcends the realm of music, evolving into a profound life story, a candid confession woven into captivating melodies. His new LP ‘Blue Meets Orange’ has been announced for a 2024 release, and in 2023, he released the highly-praised EP ‘The Mountain That Turned Upside Down’. 

Each song being released throughout 2024 is a step in Robbie's intimate journey with bipolar disorder, where the interplay of blue—the color of depression—and orange—the hue of mania—creates a vivid palette narrating tales of resilience, recovery, and self-discovery. Supported by a full band and string orchestra, each recorded song and live performance becomes a beacon of understanding for those navigating a similar path. He only hopes to reveal the depth of his commitment to transparency and the universal truth that our most challenging experiences often shape our most profound creations.

Media Contact:

Bob Bradley

Bradley Public Relations and Marketing

Jasan Radford

Radford Media Group


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