Rosie H Sullivan “Chapters” – Americana UK

Rosie H Sullivan “Chapters” – Americana UK
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Rosie H Sullivan’s newest single is gently upbeat and positively uplifting.  In ‘Chapters’, Sullivan’s softly melodic vocal is charming as she delivers a transparent message about dwelling life to the total, greedy our alternatives and making one of the best of every day.  The accompanying video has an easygoing attraction as we watch Sullivan and her bandmates emerge from their tents to face the day.  The enjoyable, friendship and camaraderie reinforces the message in regards to the paths we take, fulfilling our days as we undergo the chapters of life.

Sullivan wrote the track a while in the past nevertheless it’s now able to share with the world.  She explains: “I wrote Chapters after I was 17.  It’s been sitting gathering mud, however I put my belief in those that believed within the track and me. A brand new stage of life, a brand new chapter, how terrifying, however how fortunate and the way thrilling to have that. The center 8 that was born while recording it within the studio which Ross Hamilton helped me write. We introduced the track alive, and I might have cried after I heard all of it as one. Who knew.”  Overcoming the doubt and uncertainty that Sullivan felt in regards to the track is completely consistent with its theme.

Following Sullivan’s debut EP, ‘123° East’, which was launched earlier this 12 months, there shall be a brand new EP this autumn, that includes ‘Chapters’ and the delicately lovely current single ‘Fragments’.  ‘Chapters’ is an anthem for taking life because it comes, accepting and celebrating each the ups and downs and for being grateful for what we have now.  All of us want a dose of positivity and also you’ll discover it right here.  Get pleasure from.

From up north however now hiding in rural Suffolk. An insomniac music-lover. Love discovering new music to get misplaced in – nation, singer-songwriters, Americana, rock…no matter. At present having fun with Ferris & Sylvester, John Smith, Jarrod Dickenson, William Prince, Frank Turner, Our Man within the Subject…

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