ROSE HOTEL – ” Drive Alone “

Posted: November 3, 2020 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Rose Hotel shared a new cassingle “Drive Alone” b/w “Constant,” out today via Cold Lunch Recordings. It’s the Atlanta band’s first new music since their 2019 debut album I Will Only Come When It’s a Yes. “Drive Alone” is full of rootsy, unhurried dream pop for a longing summer night, while “Constant” has a more brooding stare with its chunky guitars and gauzy vocals.  Written during drives between Bowling Green, KY and Atlanta, GA, “Drive Alone” explores the confusion, excitement, heartache, lust, and disappointment of trying to continue a relationship that is slowly wilting.

In February, during a period I’ve been referring to as “the before times”, I had the privilege to record a couple tracks with the band at standardelectricrecordersco thanks to the wonderful folks at Cold Lunch Recordings they’re coming out later this month  My sincere hope is that these tunes give you a break from the noise of the current times — maybe some comfort, maybe somethin’ else to think about, maybe just a little escape. Meant to be listened to in your car, alone, probably at night, with visions of a time when the FM radio ruled the airwaves and things felt much simpler. Don’t you touch that dial, more news coming soon

Jordan Reynolds – vocals/guitar Tymb Gratz – guitar Vinny Restivo – bass/synth Adam Weisberg – drums

Recorded by Damon Moon at Standard Electric Recorders Mastered by Christopher Colbert Released through Cold Lunch Recordings 2020

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