Ariana and the Rose Celebrates Pride With Anthemic “True Love”

Ariana and the Rose is known for creating “vibrant, club-ready” bops (Consequence of Sound) that feel like a throwback to classic 80s synth pop while also being undeniably current. And in time for Pride Month, she today drops “True Love”, her most irresistibly jubilant song yet, honoring the universal power of love regardless of sexual orientation, skin color, or age.

The video premiered today via Logo TV’s New Now Next, pulling together six real-life couples from different walks of life who gave glimpses into their respective relationships to share what “true love” means to them. Watch HERE.

Of the video, Ariana said “each of these couples are so different and it was amazing to see their dynamic come out as we filmed them. It was so full of joy and the shoot really felt like a celebration. Love is contagious and my hope is that the video inspires someone to go tell the people they love how much they care about them.”

Listen on DSPs HERE.

“True Love” has already been making appearances in Ariana’s live setlist, including earlier this month at Sacramento Pride and also at her immersive, inclusive nightlife “light + space” parties in NYC where the song has gotten audiences singing along with its infectious chorus. It will appear on the first installment of Ariana and the Rose’s upcoming two-part ‘Constellations’ EP (out July 26th, with part two set for a 2020 release).

The four-track EP will also include the provocative first single “You Were Never My Boyfriend” (“you’ll be in love with this anthem for those what-the-hell-was-that type relationships we’ve all been in” – New Now Next), and an unexpectedly dark, ruminating cover of *NSYNC’s iconic “Bye Bye Bye”.

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