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Jay Rosie





From the Submissions: Jay Rosie's "Stay Late"

Shuffling melancholy abides on “Stay Late,” the new single by New York-by-way-of-Providence songwriter Jay Rosie, the type of track that feels rooted in sadness, yet focused on a bright, indeterminable future. Such energy comes in large part from its muted percussion and momentum-inducing acoustic strumming, endowing it with a soft rock sound reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac circa Rumours, or in more recent years, Faye Webster’s Atlanta Millionaires Club. Above this interplay glides Rosie’s vox, restrained at first yet increasingly emotive over the track’s chorus, wherein she details, in terms uncertain, pitfalls of codependency and the desire to not have to face the day’s trials on one’s own — a fitting subject matter in a time in which many are reaching out for a connection. Stream it below, and check out for Jay Rosie’s debut EP Soft but Not Weak, out now. —Connor Beckett McInerney

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