Listen: Rosie Lowe previews debut album with ‘Woman’

Rosie Lowe previews debut album with ‘Woman’

Londoner exhibits pristine pop on a take from her February LP.

On 19th February, Devon-born newcomer Rosie Lowe releases debut album ‘Control’ via Wolf Tone / Polydor.

Lowe’s first work is being led by ‘Woman’, a strong-headed, ultra-assured take built from neat sparseness. Self-produced alongside Dave Okumu, the song is a bravely bold take on femininity, and not over-analysing imperfections others can’t see. It’s the sort of track you could look to as a daily reminder on how to be true to yourself. Write the lyrics down, stick them in a handbook, carry them around with you. Go on.

The new album also features previously-unveiled singles ‘Right Thing’, ‘Who’s That Girl?’ and ‘Worry About Us’. Pre-order the LP here.

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