Amsterdam-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist gets ready to release her new soulful single, right after the release of her debut EP just a couple of months ago.
Tallulah Rose (19) originally hails from Edinburgh, Scotland and landed in Amsterdam about 2 years ago to study jazz saxophone at the conservatory. She also plays flute, sings and produces. Picking up multiple artistic outlets is something she most certainly has seen around the house growing up with her parents being a dancer and a musician. I can only imagine how the freedom to express freely must have been encouraged a lot.
Earlier this year she self-released her 4-track debut EP Rise, which got picked up by several radio stations and online platforms such as Worldwide FM, BBC Scotland and others. Tallulah's refreshing sound floats between neo-soul, jazz and is slightly electronic.
With the darkening of the days and the winter just around the corner, it makes sense that Rose is about to release her fittingly titled single 'Night' in this time of the year. Also, the track was written during last years lockdown in the height of winter. It explains the slightly dark and sad feel throughout the song, but this didn't hold her back to still be hopeful and keep a sense of optimism through it all. We're glad Tallulah flipped these times into something positive and the result is a beautiful track with a mantra ("the night becomes the way") floating on fat synth bass lines, while a guitar riff grooves in the back and acoustic piano tones add the sparkling emotion of hope.
'Night' will be released this Thursday October 28th and you can get a first listen below!
Steppin' Into Tomorrow stands with artists & labels and encourages listeners to support by buying their music directly from bandcamp.