Listen: Kesha shouts out fellow outsiders on new song 'Hymn'
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Pop superstar Kesha premiered her new song "Hymn" on Aug. 3. She gives fellow outsiders an empowering anthem.

"Hymn" is one of the songs on Kesha's upcoming album, Rainbow. Previously, she released lead single "Praying," "Woman" and "Learn to Let Go." Since it's been a couple of years since 2012's Warrior album thanks to recent legal battles, Kesha embraces her underdog status on "Hymn."

Kesha penned "Hymn" with her mom Pebe Sebert and producer Ricky Reed. Finger snaps, shining synths and booming bass back the 30-year-old as she salutes the misfits like herself and signals nothing but good times ahead. "Hymn for the hymnless / Don't need no forgiveness," Kesha sings. "Hymn" is just as heavenly as the past Rainbow tracks, but it hits harder with Kesha returning to the swaggering roots of her debut like a true comeback kid.

"Hymn" is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Kesha's Rainbow album will be released on Aug. 11. She is going to tour the country this fall in support of the release.