You Don’t Want To Cross Queer Pop Witch Zolita In Her New Music Video

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They say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. If that's true, queer pop artist Zolita is the embodiment of that fury. Her new video for "New You" is born from a jilted relationship and the heartbreak it caused.

The California pop star tells us it's about a past relationship where her lover became someone else, as well as about her anxiety over infidelity. "More specifically," she says, "as a queer woman, the fear of a partner cheating with someone of the opposite gender." It's a self-directed video about looking for the signs of faithlessness and the traces of the person a lover once was. "This song is very emotionally charged for me, so it was important that I convey that by myself in the video," Zolita tells us. "The video opens with me sitting on a stack of TVs replaying memories of the relationship, and throughout the video, I decide whether or not I should hex the cheatee." 

Consider this your warning, future lovers. Watch the video, below.

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