Hailing from London, England, indie pop songstress, Alessi Rose blends honest lyricism and silky vocals to her self produced music. The twenty year old has put out only two songs (“hate this part” and “say ur mine”) this year and has already found recognition with outlets like BBC Radio and Lyrical Lemonade.
With her latest single “hate this part” Rose expresses the feeling that comes with going away from your home and loved ones off to college and brilliantly disguises the song as a “moving on” letter to an ex. The singer admits she was desperate to leave the place she’d known her whole life but also felt bittersweet in doing so. That sentiment showcases itself with her lyrics - Look I said I’d never come back yeah I promised / But I need you more than ever if i’m honest / I’m just hoping you still leave a key under the mat / Run for the hills but I can’t stay for long /Cos if I get too comfortable I might be wrong / It’s hard and I hate this part.” Alessi Rose is pop ear candy. The production, vocals, and insatiable catchy chorus on “hate this part” will leave fans of Anne-Marie and Julia Michaels deliciously satisfied.
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