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Following-on from her publicly and critically-acclaimed album 'Bloom' in 2021, Rosie Frater-Taylor is back with her third album 'Featherweight', planned for Feb 24. It shows a much grittier side of the young musician, both musically and visually. The album relates her personal journey since her previous album 'Bloom', from love to relationships, to navigating life as a young woman and affirming her strength through vulnerability. Written off the back of extensive international touring with her trio in 2022, 'Featherweight' can be categorised as 'modern indie jazz pop'. Rosie's creative, and highly musical guitar accompaniment, combined with heart-stoppingly fresh lyrics, echoes an important legacy of artists from PJ Harvey, through Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush, to the rockier roster - where John Mayor, Meshell Ndegeocello, St Vincent, and Madison Cunningham hold court... The album relates her personal journey since 'Bloom', from love to relationships, to navigating life as a young woman and affirming her strength through vulnerability. Rosie's 2nd album 'Bloom' (2021) was nominated at Gilles Peterson's WorldWide Awards, named Jazz FM 'Album Of The Week' and made KCRW's 'Albums Of The Year' list. 'Bloom' accumulated over 3m streams, catching the attention of the likes of the biggest radios and tastemakers in the UK and EU. In 2022, Rosie played over 60 shows across Europe, including opening for Grammy-winner songstress Madison Cunningham, a memorable solo set at The Barbican in London, and playing Gilles Peterson's WorldWide Awards and We Out Here on the main stage. "An artist I've fallen in love with, musically' - Gilles Peterson - BBC6 Music
Following-on from her publicly and critically-acclaimed album 'Bloom' in 2021, Rosie Frater-Taylor is back with her third album 'Featherweight', planned for Feb 24. It shows a much grittier side of the young musician, both musically and visually. The album relates her personal journey since her previous album 'Bloom', from love to relationships, to navigating life as a young woman and affirming her strength through vulnerability. Written off the back of extensive international touring with her trio in 2022, 'Featherweight' can be categorised as 'modern indie jazz pop'. Rosie's creative, and highly musical guitar accompaniment, combined with heart-stoppingly fresh lyrics, echoes an important legacy of artists from PJ Harvey, through Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush, to the rockier roster - where John Mayor, Meshell Ndegeocello, St Vincent, and Madison Cunningham hold court... The album relates her personal journey since 'Bloom', from love to relationships, to navigating life as a young woman and affirming her strength through vulnerability. Rosie's 2nd album 'Bloom' (2021) was nominated at Gilles Peterson's WorldWide Awards, named Jazz FM 'Album Of The Week' and made KCRW's 'Albums Of The Year' list. 'Bloom' accumulated over 3m streams, catching the attention of the likes of the biggest radios and tastemakers in the UK and EU. In 2022, Rosie played over 60 shows across Europe, including opening for Grammy-winner songstress Madison Cunningham, a memorable solo set at The Barbican in London, and playing Gilles Peterson's WorldWide Awards and We Out Here on the main stage. "An artist I've fallen in love with, musically' - Gilles Peterson - BBC6 Music
711297920710
Frater-Taylor, Rosie - Featherweight

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Cooking Vinyl
Rel. Date: 02/16/2024
UPC: 711297920710

Featherweight
Artist: Frater-Taylor, Rosie
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $38.22
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Give ; Take
2. Falling Fast
3. No Scrubs
4. Stop Running
5. Get in Line
6. Skin Deep
7. Twenties
8. Heartbeat
9. Hold the Weight
10. Some Other Day

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Following-on from her publicly and critically-acclaimed album 'Bloom' in 2021, Rosie Frater-Taylor is back with her third album 'Featherweight', planned for Feb 24. It shows a much grittier side of the young musician, both musically and visually. The album relates her personal journey since her previous album 'Bloom', from love to relationships, to navigating life as a young woman and affirming her strength through vulnerability. Written off the back of extensive international touring with her trio in 2022, 'Featherweight' can be categorised as 'modern indie jazz pop'. Rosie's creative, and highly musical guitar accompaniment, combined with heart-stoppingly fresh lyrics, echoes an important legacy of artists from PJ Harvey, through Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush, to the rockier roster - where John Mayor, Meshell Ndegeocello, St Vincent, and Madison Cunningham hold court... The album relates her personal journey since 'Bloom', from love to relationships, to navigating life as a young woman and affirming her strength through vulnerability. Rosie's 2nd album 'Bloom' (2021) was nominated at Gilles Peterson's WorldWide Awards, named Jazz FM 'Album Of The Week' and made KCRW's 'Albums Of The Year' list. 'Bloom' accumulated over 3m streams, catching the attention of the likes of the biggest radios and tastemakers in the UK and EU. In 2022, Rosie played over 60 shows across Europe, including opening for Grammy-winner songstress Madison Cunningham, a memorable solo set at The Barbican in London, and playing Gilles Peterson's WorldWide Awards and We Out Here on the main stage. "An artist I've fallen in love with, musically' - Gilles Peterson - BBC6 Music
        
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