Angela Rose releases a gentle ode to maturing in ‘24’

Mining her personal life for inspiration, Newcastle singer-songwriter Angela Rose channels the confusing time of early adulthood with vulnerable single ‘24’. 

Featuring tender lyrics gently wrapped in dream-washed instrumentation the result is an utterly charming song.

“I wrote 24 at a time where I was feeling a little lost. It was almost suddenly after turning 24 that I noticed myself drifting away from being so sure of myself at a younger age, to then suddenly being hit with ‘oh shit, what am I doing with my life!?’”Angela Rose

Pulling aural influences from some of the world’s most ground-breaking and culture-defining women like Stevie Nicks, Joni Mitchell and closer to home with Vera Blue and Middle Kids, Angela Rose adds her own refined take to the country-washed indie-pop genre.

Alongside newcomers Siobhan Cotchin & Carla Wehbe, Angela Rose skillfully taps into Australia’s burgeoning need for country sounds with a modern pop flair. 

’24’ was recorded and mixed at NSW’s acclaimed recording studio The Grove. Teaming up to work with resident and esteemed producer Jack Nigro (DMA’s, Skegss, Julia Jacklin, Middle Kids) for mixing and production. The track was then mastered by Darren Ziesing (Flume, Rufus Du Sol, Flight Facilities).

“Working with producer Jack Nigro has been such a great experience. Jack is the loveliest human and he took 24 to a whole new level which I am so very grateful for! Also having the privilege of working at The Grove was very surreal. Recording in such an amazing place where so many greats have been was definitely something I will never forget!”Angela Rose

‘24’ is the latest release, following on from her previous three releases ‘Summer Love’, ‘Utopia’ and ‘Small Town’ which saw Australia introduced to the powerhouse that is Angela Rose.

Scoring widespread community radio support for the singles with triple j, ABC, triple j Unearthed, 4ZZZ, 2SER, PBS, RTR, Triple R and more, it’s clear Angela’s sound is quickly finding a receptive audience.  

Alongside fantastic support slots for notable artists Dulcie, Greta Stanley, Imogen Clark and Hollie Col, Angela’s tender sound has garnered high praise from editorial publications such as Pilerats, Frankie Mag, Livewire, Female and Sounds of Oz to name a few.