Rozelle say “Tell Me”
Reflecting on the complexities and anxieties of modern life, Rozelle explores existence and identity in a tumultuous world. 2020 is already proving to be a massive year for Rozelle. After returning from a twelve month hiatus, Rozelle have already unleashed three singles, the latest of which is “Tell Me”, which is inspired by the story of two friends talking about their future and in these times, is the perfect tune to move and make you feel good.
The new songs have already racked up thousands of plays across Spotify and Apple Music and already have strong support from the likes of the BBC, NITELIFE magazine and many others. Within their tracks they challenge stereotypes, address climate emergency, and confront pressures to be someone with it all worked out. In their quest to transcend mounting uncertainty and societal difficulties, the band find a certain awakening and assurance in fluidity, in existing outside of the box and breaking down the rigidity of expectation.
Living together in Bristol, Rozelle have been busy writing a collection of songs that draw on a wealth of influences, offering a particular expansive quality to their material. Expect to hear rich, crystalline vocals soaring atop intricate guitar melodies and resonant bass lines, as they deliver moments of glistening electro-pop, swirling alt-rock, and hazy dreamscapes tinged with atmospheric electronica. Motivated to get others thinking about their individuality and the constraints that come with following traditions today, the band are set to release a library of indie rock, alt pop singles this year.