Indie-pop artist Rosie Darling returns with her second song of the summer, “Boxes”, out today via Nettwerk. The beautifully relatable track features Rosie’s stunning voice and lyrics that we can all identify with about transitions, growth, and change.
Rosie shared the song: “These last few years have been challenging. Challenge the way you know you’ve grown even though you’re in the same place, doing the same things, but things have changed. You are no longer ready to be someone else’s idea of you.
The people you used to be close to – you’re not you anymore, but that’s because you’ve grown and learned to value yourself and not put yourself through that clique-y torture of ‘am I good enough?,’ ‘do they like me?’ and so on. ‘Boxes’ is my way of saying – ‘I’ve been there again, you can get out of that hellish box – I swear.'”
“Boxes”, produced with collaborator Justin Gammella (FINNEAS, Ashe) and mixed by Yianni AP (Alexander 23, Jeremy Zucker), comes on the heels of Rosie Darling’s previous track “Justify”, as well as her release “Nail In The Coffin” ft. a painful sadness. As Rosie feels, she also wants to heal what hurts and protect her peace.
LA-based indie-pop artist Rosie Darling is a quietly confident and passionately creative singer-songwriter, known for her signature flowing melodies and gut-wrenching lyrics. His 2021 debut EP ‘Coping’ and 2022’s ‘Golden Age’ EP started his stratospheric rise, with more than 175 million global streams and the title-track “Coping” which got on Spotify’s viral charts – charting the Viral 50 playlists in 8 markets across Asia and the Top 20 channels in Asia and the Top 20 songs in India India, Billboard Indonesia and more.
With more new music on the way, “Boxes” marks a new chapter for Rosie as she looks to expand her sonic palette, refine her songwriting, and finally unveil her upcoming debut LP later this year.