Rosie Lowe has shared her inspired new single 'The Light' - tune in now.
The pop maverick's debut album 'Control' was a sumptuous release, and she's currently working on fresh material with a batch of new collaborators.
South London producer Henry Wu steps in to work on 'The Light', and it was seemingly born from an impromptu jam session.
Jazz-tinged, it nods towards his work as Kamaal Williams and a mutual love of late 90s broken beat.
Lyrically, Rosie Lowe's soulful vocal dips into feelings of grief, and her attempt to resist negative emotions and keep searching, well, for the light.
She explains: “Me and Henry were hanging out and just having a jam one afternoon earlier this year, which is when ‘The Light’ came about. Henry played that chord progression and I started singing the melody straight away; we had been wanting to work together for a while so it was amazing for a song to come so effortlessly on our first play. ‘The Light’ is about resistance and the denial that comes with processing of grief.”
Henry Wu adds: “Rosie Lowe is a true artist and she’s fearless in her approach to making music.”
Tune in now.
Catch Rosie Lowe at London's Omeara venue on March 14th.
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