'Think About You' is the second single lifted from Rosie's upcoming album 'Bloom' planned for spring 2021.
It follows 'Better Days' released late Oct 2020, which gathered critical and public praise from across the board, with support from Complex Mag, BandCamp Weekly, Jazz FM, WorldWide FM, Soho Radio, Music Is My Sanctuary, BBC 3, Introducing and Kevin Beadle as well as Guitar.com and global platform Pickup Music.
"Think About You is one of those songs where the melody just comes to you whilst you're out and about doing whatever. I recorded it on my phone and put harmony to it a couple of months after whilst checking through old voice notes (what songwriter doesn't do this to pass time) ! Not my usual process but I'm pretty proud of the chorus and the unusual points of resolution. It makes it catchy and I suppose mirrors the slightly dejected and uncertain lyrics. It's fundamentally a song about insecurity, feeling vulnerable and how overwhelming these sensations can be !"
WATCH ROSIE PERFORMING 'THINK ABOUT YOU' for Rotosound
21-year-old UK singer, songwriter and guitarist Rosie Frater-Taylor has been hailed as "One To Watch" (JazzWise Magazine) ,"Genuinely exceptional" (Tom Robinson, 6 Music) and "One of the most amazing musicians to come out of the UK music scene in recent years" (Yolanda Brown)
Her self-produced debut album "On My Mind" (2018), received both critical and public acclaim, garnering praise from 6 Music, BBC Radio 1, Ian Shaw, Love Supreme Festival and songstress Becca Stevens, one of Rosie's main inspirations.
Now in her final year studying jazz guitar at the Royal Academy of Music, she's ready to deliver her second album 'Bloom'. "Playing all of my music live for the last few years with the same band has helped me create a cohesive sound I was able to translate into the new record" says the young musician.
While preserving her trademark luxurious vocals and unique guitaristic song-structures, Rosie's sound has been elevated through a collage of experiences and connections, be it through navigating the London jazz scene or collaborating with musicians across the board including beat-driven producer Conor Albert and dynamic composer Chris Hyson.
With a clear sense of purpose, the music blurs the lines between jazz, folk, pop and soul. Think Joni Mitchell meets Pat Metheny, Lewis Taylor teams up with Emily King, or a young female version of John Mayer!
Via Rosie's ever-developing & cross genre musicality, 'Bloom' relays the introspective journey of a young female artist navigating personal growth, self-acceptance, femininity and individuality in 2020.