Roses In December Re-Brand With ‘The Day That He Saw Red’

The start of something new...

Roses In December is a new name, but a familiar formation. It’s a re-brand of sorts – the Newcastle rockers are wiping the slate clean, and starting from a fresh perspective.

‘The Day That He Saw Red’ is the point of ignition. Supremely intense rock music, it contains an incredible sense of immediacy, one that borrows from the hyper energies of their skull-crushing live shows.

Finessed in the studio with producer Sam Grant – from fellow Geordie rockers Pigs x7 – the song has become a calling card, helping to define this new chapter for the band.

Lyrically, it aims to unpick toxic masculinity, while also offering some positive in its place. Seemingly based on all-too-true events, ‘The Day That He Saw Red’ acts as something universal.

“This is another song where we’re telling a local story of toxic masculinity,” the band says.
“The lyrics to this song were based on true events. Our bassist created the hook to the song
and collaborated with Max who put the structure. It all came to place within one practice.”

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Michael Robert Williams

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