Singapore – Indie-pop artist Rosie Darling has released her debut album ‘Lanterns’ via Nettwerk, delving into confessions, heartbreak, and acceptance. The record showcases Rosie’s lyrical prowess and honeyed vocals, creating an authentic and raw collection of songs.
The latest emphasis track from the album is “The Longest Goodbye”, a heartfelt reflection on the enduring pain and nostalgia of a past relationship. Each track on the album illuminates different facets of Rosie’s life and emotions, taking listeners on an intimate yet anthemic journey.
Rosie collaborated with Justin Gammella (FINNEAS, Ashe), Wynter Bethel of Tommy Lefroy, and Swedish-based songwriters Boy in Space and Hilda Stenmalm on this stunning collection of alt-pop tracks that unpack the emotions of young adulthood. ‘Lanterns’ challenges listeners to look within and accept all that life throws at them.
In Rosie’s own words, “I want to celebrate the thorny process, feel the pain of it, and hopefully find healing. I want to encourage people to have a stronger heart and an appreciation of who we are becoming, no matter what life throws at us. Let’s get to the other side!”
Rosie Darling, a LA-based indie-pop artist, is known for her flowing melodies and gut-wrenching lyrics. Her 2021 debut EP ‘Coping’ and 2022’s ‘Golden Age’ EP kickstarted her rise with over 200 million global streams. The title track “Coping” swept up viral charts on Spotify, charting on Viral 50 playlists in 8 markets across Asia, and cracked the Top 20 on the Global Viral Chart. She has also garnered support from VH1 India, MTV Asia, Rolling Stone India, Billboard Indonesia, and more.