- 25 Aug 21
Cork's Leah Rose released her debut single ‘Goodnight’ in May of this year.
Emerging pop singer-songwriter and producer Leah Rose has shared her ethereal sophomore single, 'Dangerous Pink'.
Centred around the idea of a “shared dreamscape”, ‘Dangerous Pink’ takes a surreal but whimsical look at how finding yourself among like-minded people can lead to a new sense of self discovery.
Inspired by the likes of The Weeknd, Lana Del Rey and Travis Scott; the hypnotic new single paints an evocative picture with its sonic textures, layering glistening synths over haunting vocals before grounding itself with a hip-hop driven beat.
“'Dangerous Pink' is about feeling like you’re truly being seen by your friends from the way in which they seamlessly entered into your dreamworld and how you have likewise entered into theirs," Leah Rose told Hot Press of the track's origins. "Sharing your blend of opinions and ideas with people you trust creates a space that allows you to find a confidence in yourself you may not have had before.”
Cork-born artist Leah Rose spent five years in Dublin, taking much of that time to hone her craft. Leah approaches her songwriting through a cinematic lens, allowing the use of strong imagery and colour to play a major role in the captivating music she writes.
Growing up with artist parents meant that Leah was exposed to a range of visual art forms at a young age. She strives to create through photography and visual aesthetic as well as using music as an art form.
“I see my songwriting style as atmospheric and somewhat abstract. I love being able to use music as a tool to materialise the things I see in my mind. So when I write a song I try to place the listener right in the centre of my memories and daydreams," the vocalist adds. Watch this space...
Listen to 'Dangerous Pink' below: