Kesha has released another song from her upcoming album, Rainbow, titled "Hymn." The song is an anthem for anyone who's ever felt like a misfit, Kesha said.
"I think that one of the reasons why my music connects with people who feel like they don't fit in is because I have never fit in either - this is why the song 'Hymn' is so special to me," she writes in an essay on Mic.com. "The longer title was 'Hymn for the Hymnless.' And when I say 'hymnless,' I'm talking about people who feel like they don't fit in, people who feel like they don't have a hymn."
Kesha co-wrote the song with her mom, Pebe Sebert, as well as a few other songwriters.
"I'm a fragile soul for this world - I feel like I live by something unexplainable [sp] and magical in outer space," Kesha writes. "I love the idea of people with similar philosophies being brought together, and that was one of the inspirations for this song."
Kesha's Rainbow album will be released on August 11th. She'll be performing on Good Morning America on August 9th.