Out January 14th 2021
Passing perfume on the bathroom floor, knowing you have the deepest desire to take the person that’s had your eye all night out of the crowded room of people and into your own little universe.
You know that feeling? When you like someone so much you’d give up anything to take them away from the chaos and give them the world?
You don’t want to see them with anyone else. That’s what this song is all about.
From The Trees EP
Opening with the lyrics "tired of letting people in who don't hear me", Brittany welcomes you in the journey of finding what's at the center of her garden. As "From The Trees" take you through the forest to find you need no one but yourself, "Pray Me Away" brings a dark energy from the shadows to hunt and haunt those who've hurt you in the past. Of course, what would a self exploration tale be without a story of infatuation (Hopeless) and love lost (Playing Love).
is a vocalist, producer, and songwriter hailing from the small town of Binghamton, NY. With what she dubs an 80’s fempop air, her sensual, strong and fiery voice often draws comparisons to Pat Benatar and Ann Wilson of Heart - that mixed with her grunge bedroom pop infused rock sound, Ms. Rose creates an atmosphere that screams laid back confidence with gold rings wrapped tightly around your fingers and a string of pearls around your neck.
Make no mistake, behind her darker pop anthems like Pray Me Away (ft. A: M) and From The Trees Brittany’s light and bubbly personality shines during her live shows, effortlessly making jokes with the crowd as she swiftly flies through a catalogue of original music inspired by the likes of Elton John, Lorde, Joan Jett, and Taylor Swift. Though an obscure list to pick from, all elements are noticeably present in her production, songwriting, and vocal skills.
She has grown from her first album High Society, an album born out of experimentation and a sense of urgency to create all that she could. With anthemic tunes like Shattered Glass, the title track High Society, and Best Actress listeners could tell Brittany had a lot to say. Along with gut wrenching moments like Myself, and My Own, she was able to blend the world of rock and pop heartbreak in a way that sparks great interest in what she will go for next.