Ava Della Pietra Sees You Spying In The Rearview Mirror

The singer-songwriter's latest single reflects on the intricacies of infatuation.

Ava Della Pietra watches you gaze at her in the Rearview Mirror in her new single and video — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Captivating and visually stunning, the singer-songwriter and Broadway alum’s latest release not only showcases her powerful vocal talent but also her ability to craft a deeply emotive visual story that resonates with anyone who’s ever faced the complexities of young love. Rearview Mirror was inspired by a car ride where Ava’s guy friend, who was in the front seat with his girlfriend, couldn’t stop glancing back at her through his rearview mirror.

“It’s about those confusing moments where he’d deny any feelings for me, even though his romantic gestures said otherwise,” Ava explains. Ultimately, the song shifts to a deeper, metaphorical level, reflecting on why someone like that needs to be left behind, just like the view in a rearview mirror.

The lyrics of Rearview Mirror weave a narrative that many will find familiar: “You say you just wanna be friends, But you’re looking at me through the rearview mirror,” The video mirrors this dynamic, with vibrant visuals that capture the essence of youthful allure and the highs and lows of fleeting connections.

Rearview Mirror follows Ava’s successful singles Sick, Ego and Talk It Out, each of which has built on her reputation for delivering compelling narratives and infectious melodies. Her achievements over the past few years have been nothing short of remarkable. Her dedication to her craft is acknowledged in numerous national and international songwriting competitions, including the John Lennon Songwriting Contest and the International Songwriting Competition, where she has consistently emerged on top.

With over 16.9 million global artist streams and a vibrant social media following, Ava’s journey from the bright lights of Broadway to the forefront of the pop music scene has been nothing short of remarkable. Her transition from “girl-next-door” to a mature, self-assured artist showcases her growth.

Watch the video for Rearview Mirror above, hear more from Ava Della Pietra below, and pay a visit to her website, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.