Blake Rose Releases Video For ‘Rest Of Us’ (Live)

Today, rising musician and songwriter, Blake Rose returns with a poignant live video of his latest track, ‘Rest Of Us,’ a self-proclaimed “middle finger to anyone who doesn’t want you to live your dream.” Watch the video HERE.

Speaking about the song’s origins, Blake explains, “A friend of mine wanted to be a musician but his family was not supportive. This took a toll on him and he ended up never pursuing his dream. You hear about stuff like this happening all the time and I think it’s incredibly sad that there are so many people in the world whose art we will never have the chance to discover because some narrow minded folk decided to steer them away from doing what they love. F*ck those people.” Listen to “Rest Of Us” HERE.

Rest Of Us,” Blake’s first release on AWAL Recordings, serves as the follow up to the hit song “Gone”. Blake recently released a stunning live rendition of the track, taped in Los Angeles, pre-lock-down, that has already amassed nearly 500,000 views. Complete with string arrangements, the video showcases the young Australian artist, songwriter and producer’s effortless ability to perform live; with his Buckley-esque vocals, luscious electric-guitar-driven melodies, and knack for writing insanely infectious alternative pop songs. “I try to give listeners an experience,” he reveals. “I take a lot of time with every element to make sure I’m creating a world people can immerse themselves into. Whether the narrative is precise or ambiguous I try to attain a certain level of depth with each song that I hope people can latch onto and let it be as much a part of their own story as it is mine.”  Watch the video for “Gone” HERE.

Listen to “Rest Of Us” HERE.

The “Rest Of Us” (Live Session) video is out now.

Gone” is available to stream worldwide.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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