British singer-songwriter Rose Gray unreleased song “Swim” from her long anticipated EP, “Synchronicity” reportedly leaked online.
“Synchronicity,” an EP by British singer-songwriter Rose Gray, has finally come out.
Rose Gray was born and raised in East London, Walthamstow. The city has always been her playground: warehouse parties in secret places, the suspended reality of the late-night underground, and the first glimpse of sunrise in the wee hours are all part of her sound.
A mix of ethereal dance music and unconventional, anthemic pop, but with her eyes set firmly on the future and a nod to the artists who have made urban nightlife what it is today. Deee-Lite, 00’s Kylie, Bicep, Primal Scream, and Saint Etienne are just a few examples.
Rose Gray has proven that she is a rising star by getting fans in NME (NME100), BBC Radio 1, Billboard, i-D, The Face, BBC 6 Music, MTV, HUNGER, Line of Best Fit, DIY, Wonderland, and more.
Nick Sylvester, co-founder of the LA-based label GODMODE, worked with her on her upcoming EP. GODMODE is responsible for the bright house music of yaeji and Channel Tres.
Rose Gray has also worked on songs with Grammy-winning producer Alex Metric and producer/multi-instrumentalist Ghost Culture. Metric is responsible for Dua Lipa’s “Electricity” and Duke Dumont’s “Runaway” (Goldfrapp, Kelly Lee Owens).