The Band CAMINO have unveiled their new single “Roses,” which is available today on all streaming platforms via dblblk / Elektra Records. The new track is joined by a Patrick Tracy directed official music video which is live now on The Band CAMINO’s YouTube channel. “Roses” sees The Band CAMINO looking back on the challenges of 2020 and finding appreciation through reflection, reminding us all to “stop and smell the roses.”
The Band CAMINO’s Jeffery Jordan elaborated on the track noting, “This song is about finding the moment. We’ve built our band off of sadder songs that mourn the past and long for the future. ‘Roses’ is a pep talk – a reminder to the person in the mirror that we can choose to at least try to see the good and make an attempt to create a brighter world for ourselves and others. So stop and smell the f*cking roses.”
“Roses” serves as a preview of The Band CAMINO’s widely anticipated full-length debut expected next year on Elektra Records and the newly launched label imprint dblblk, a partnership between Elektra Music Group and The Band CAMINO’s manager Jameson Roper. “Roses” follows the band’s recent collaborative single with Chelsea Cutler, “Crying Over You” which has amassed over 15 million streams worldwide.