“Drown” – Rose Hotel

I felt myself transported to a sexy, 60s mod party after listening to “Drown” by Rose Hotel. Rose Hotel croons in a silky and sultry manor over a electrifying guitar riff, but her lyrics create a whole different story. There’s an unmistakable tension in the lead vocal’s tone as she questions the authenticity of the words spoken and confronts the weight of unmet expectations. Even though there is turmoil, there’s also a sense of autonomy and determination to chart her own course, even if it means being misunderstood. Rose Hotel draws in their listeners into the world of tangled emotions and unresolved tensions and leaves the audience with a sense of liberation and right to self-expression.

Written by Gabrielle LaRochelle

Follow Rose Hotel




Related Posts

“Eighteen” by Indiana Pickle Farm

Indiana Pickle Farm brings a surprising Synthpop Indie track with their new release of “Eighteen”. The vocals and instrumentals intertwine in a way that really

“I Love You” by Pierre James

“I Love You” is a soulful and honest depiction of the ups and downs that happen within a relationship. Pierre James details the feelings you

“Forgive and Forget” by Obeeyay

Obeeyay brings his beautifully toned vocals to his newest release, “Forgive and Forge”. He harmonizes so beautifully with the female vocals and it really helps

Featuring Vera Blue


Our free newsletter is jampacked with our favorite music discoveries, trends, and industry insight to keep you in the loop