Rosalie just released the acoustic version of her song Gold. While the pop version features an indie and experimental electronic soundscape, the song was originally written as a folk song on acoustic guitar.
Gold (Acoustic) sounds so good. I like the mellow yet powerful melodies. Besides, the vocals are outstanding. Furthermore, I am also a fan of the uplifting elements and soulful influences.
Speaking about the track, Rosalie says: ”I wrote this song in my living room after being flooded with grief. I was processing the loss of my dad, and I just started writing to help try to work through some of the heaviness and mud. I had been inspired to write after scrolling through Facebook and seeing a post about the kintsugi tradition in Japan. In kintsugi, broken pieces of pottery are welded back together with gold instead of being thrown away. The idea is that they become more beautiful for having been broken. When I saw this, it struck me and I felt like it was a metaphor for my life.”
Rosie’s writing skills are wonderful. She inspires. Her words connect with people.
Gold (Acoustic) has all the elements of modern art. The song deserves all the attention. Start streaming it as soon as possible!
You can stream Gold (Acoustic) below on SoundCloud or Spotify!