Track Is From Her New Album, Lighter
Combined Global Streams Of Donna’s Songs Surpass 50 Million
View “Let You Let Me Down” (Live Performance) Here:

Donna Missal gives an emotional live performance of “Let You Let Me Down” in her new video, released today. The striking clip was directed by English filmmaker Rodrigo Inada, who also helmed Donna’s “How Does It Feel” video. View “Let You Let Me Down” (Live Performance) HERE. The song is from her sophomore album, Lighter (Harvest Records). Donna has amassed over 50 million combine global streams across all of her songs.
“I reached out to Rodrigo on Instagram DM over the summer while quarantined, and asked if he would want to make something together despite my being in L.A. and him being in London,” explains Donna Missal. “The relationship through our devices became the context of the things we made together. Rodrigo directed this video over Facetime, and screen sharing in real time, while my band and I performed the song. I wanted to do something live in the absence of touring, but with the intention of reinterpreting what it meant to perform live, in a time where we can only experience it through a screen. Rodrigo really understood that.”
MTV said, “‘Let You Let Me Down’ [is] a rock-infused breakup ballad…Her smoky vocals simmer to a satisfying crescendo in the final refrain.” Idolator noted, “The New Jersey native possesses one of the most powerful voices in music…[Let You Let Me Down’] is a soaring, alt-skewered pop/rock anthem of the highest caliber.” Billboard hailed the song as “pulsating pop rock.”