Rose, the twenty-one year old singer-songwriter from Fareham, has today released her debut single, 'Superhuman', an impressive slice of indie inspired pop-rock.
The artist name 'Rose's Diary' comes from the songwriters diary keeping over the previous several years as a way to process her thoughts and as such, no doubt served as inspiration to write her own music.
Of the track, Rose says: "I wrote the song on my bedroom floor, reflecting on newly becoming an adult and finding it hard to find the motivation to basic things like wash the dishes and get dressed and showered before 4pm. Superhuman is a track about how just getting through each day is not always easy and there are so many people simultaneously struggling on a daily basis that just being human is enough to make you ʻSuperhuman.”
Picking up the guitar at aged ten, Rose is influenced by late 1990's rock such as The Smashing Pumpkins, The Stokes and the movie School of Rock served as inspiration too: "Seeing a
girl play an instrument unapologetically loud has always felt defiant and liberating to me, I've always craved to be the person my 10-year-old self wanted to see rocking out on stage."
'Superhuman' can be described as 'bedroom rock'; it is an exciting debut single that is heavily guitar lead and as such makes us excited to hear what else Rose has up her sleeve.
'Superhuman' is out now on all major streaming platforms.