From good ole’ New Orleans, southern blues/alt-rock group Blonde Roses bursts onto the music scene with their new single, “Anymore.” The single comes off their forthcoming EP, Hell or High Water, slated for release this spring.
Blonde Roses is described as “the perfect balance between sassy and feminine,” and the band is comprised of members Molly, Harry, Anthony, and Albert, four friends with a dream of making memorable music.
Their single, “Anymore,” is about taking back your life after you’ve been put through the ringer by a person you thought was a friend. We’ve all been there at some point – you get close to a person, you bond with them, only to have them do something later that you never thought would happen, and it shatters your world. It sucks when people we thought we were close to show us their true colors, and “Anymore” is about overcoming that hardship, about not letting what happened in your past control your future. “Anymore” is an anthem meant to inspire people to break free from their past; at it’s core, it’s a revenge song, and the revenge comes in the form of fighting your own demons and winning. After someone has knocked you down, you get back up again stronger.
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Blonde Roses claims influences from the 60’s and 70’s, and their goal as a band is to deliver powerful songs with truthful lyrics that are about overcoming obstacles and gaining strength from life’s ups and downs. The band’s lead singer Molly said, “Even when things seem really tough, there’s always that light at the end of the tunnel that keeps you going. There’s something bigger and better waiting for you if you look hard enough. Life isn’t always going to be easy, but it’s a blessing.”
Blonde Roses certainly follows through on their promise to release honest, real songs with “Anymore.” Listen to it above, and check out their social media for more info!
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