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Rosie Lowe Debuts Slinking, Neo-Funk “Pharoah” – YU Out 5/10

With the upcoming release of her sophomore album YU, UK singer Rosie Lowe is unveiling her latest single “Pharoah”, a reference to Pharoah Sanders, taking her unique brand of psychedelic reverb-laden R&B/soul a step further. Having worked with artists like Jay Electronica (featured on YU) and Little Simz, Rosie Lowe brings a certain piercing minimalism and funky neo-soul to the forefront. The slow build of the blues guitar and low sensuality of “Pharoah” combines with the female-centric visuals celebrates the power in the body of a woman.

Rosie Lowe’s much-anticipated second album YU will see a release on Wolf Tone on May 10th. The record is introduced by stunning first single “Birdsong”, which first aired asAnnie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World.  YU marks a new dawn for Rosie Lowe. In their warmer, sensual and cosmic textures, her singles act as the perfect window into Lowe’s second album – a record that asks bigger questions of how the heart and mind works, and ultimately finds power through opening up both.

Stream “Pharoah” here

YU Tracklist:

  1. Lifeline

  2. The Way (feat. Jay Electronica)

  3. Birdsong (feat. The P Funk Choir)

  4. Pharoah

  5. Valium

  6. Mango

  7. ITILY

  8. Little Bird

  9. Royalty

  10. Body // Blood

  11. YEEM

  12. Shoulder

  13. Apologise

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