Filled with intense emotional passion and heart wrenching lyrics that slowly turn ones own pain into beauty, Rosie Darling is an artist who will undoubtably soundtrack many people’s own sadness and help them power through turbulent times. Being akin to the likes of Taylor Swift her music channels her own inner sadness and transform it into a cathartic experience for both herself and anyone that listens with her vulnerable songwriting mixed with her melancholy brand of indie pop capturing the messier side of love, friendship and everything in-between.
The latest edition to her tenderly penned tear-inducing back catalogue is Water Me Down, a single that focuses on the people who fill you up with love and the people who drain you for all your worth. The minimalistic production style builds upon her already emotionally enthralling sound as her ethereal vocal gently glides over the spaced out beats as her poetically inclined lyrics will have the tears streaming down your face. Listen to her story and don’t let those around you water you down.
Speaking on the track Rosie Darling said, “After living in LA for a few years, I’ve experienced my fair share of judgment, whether in the music industry or my day-to-day friendships. As I grow, I recognise who is loving and supporting me unconditionally. ‘Water Me Down’ is about realising who those people are and embracing them while also being brave enough to let go of those I want to fix or change; I’ve learned the hard way that I am not responsible for their choices. This song is sort of a note to self about remembering your worth and that you are ALREADY enough. You are already “flowing over” with worth, and no one is allowed to take that away from you.”