Written about harnessing the mindset of finding peace in positivity, the uplifting single “Paradise”, serves as a reminder to find your worth.
Sunday November 28, 2021 (London, UK) The Australian duo Roses In Hand, have officially announced the release of their upcoming single “Paradise”. The song will officially be released on December 17, world wide.
Roses In Hand’s new track “Paradise,” slated to be released on December 17th, 2021, explores the beauty and difficulties of feeling uncertain amid the turmoil of reassurance. Their optimism is heightened in the new tune, which has a powerful chorus that will stay with the listener for days, as well as a rich production of massive harmonies, throbbing grooves, and subtle accents of guitar riffage and synthesisers that add to the tension.
Roses in Hand have been recognised for their lyrics of love, desire, and tribulations expressed via beat-driven tempos and deep melodies as a result of their continuous touring with acoustic concerts. Roses In Hand have expanded their style with elements of current pop, employing electronic and acoustic equipment, and ear-catching performances and hook-heavy songs.
Jess defines the song as “about having everything you want right in front of you, but feeling like you don’t deserve it.” she adds, “This is my reassurance
song – telling myself that I am worthy.”
Paradise pays homage to industry heavyweights Adele and Tones and I with its musical intricacy and lyrical reflection, while highlighting Jess’s impressively dynamic vocal performance.
Sam describes how the song came about, mentioning that Jess came up with the chorus while driving. “I was in another state when Jess called and said,
‘I’ve got this really great song idea’ and she sang it to me.” “We video-called immediately to piece it together.” Sam explains. “Jess finished the lyrics,
while I assisted her with the recording and production.” “We finished the rough demo that night.”
The soundtrack is artfully created with soulful pop-driven melodies that whisk us intentionally from the soaring call-and-response verses to the powerful, vocalised choruses, all produced by Bobby Kidd. The final product is a dynamically engaging tune that fans will find timeless and have on repeat, drawing similarities to Dua Lipa and Katy Perry.
Roses In Hand are a quirky underground duo with a penchant for producing catchy, relatable songs that stick with you. The duo has been honing their straight and edgy style for a few years now, drawing influence from a number of genres. They’re now working on a new style of gritty electro-pop, with the first song due out in December 2021.
On the set of a movie, Jessica Allen, a singer/songwriter, and Samuel Burrell, a multi-instrumentalist/producer, met by happenstance. When they launched their debut track and music video “Free Fall” the same year, they realised they had something special.
Since then, the duo has published their second hit “Restart,” won many regional and national song writing accolades, and rubbing shoulders with the industry’s best at the APRA Australian Music Awards.
The huge production “A Touch Of Burlesque” was announced by Roses In Hand in 2017. A thematically themed presentation centred on passion and desire, with breath-taking visuals that complement the words of Roses In Hand.
Roses in Hand have been known for their lyrics of love, lust, and tribulations expressed through beat-driven tempos and deep melodies as a result of their continuous touring with acoustic concerts. Roses In Hand have expanded their sound with elements of modern pop, employing electronic and acoustic equipment, and ear-catching performances and hook-heavy music.
Stay tune for Roses In Hand Paradise