Dream Pop collective Silver Rose has released a new self-titled EP, along with a music video for her song, “Take Me Home.”
Silver Rose was created in 2015 by acclaimed singer/songwriter Carla Sariñana, who is the co-founder, songwriter, and bass player of the Mexican Rock band Ruido Rosa. After 10 years of being with Ruido Rosa, Carla had the idea to create Silver Rose in the Spring and Summer months of 2015. It was a perfect opportunity to express her long-term love of the Shoegaze Dream Pop genre and 1970s style and glamour.
Carla is certainly no stranger to the music scene, as she has performed at ViveLatino and has supported KISS, Maroon 5 and Queens of the Stoneage in the past. Her new EP is also featured in notable outlets such as Noisey and Clash.
Watch Silver Rose’s new music video for “Take Me Home” right here!
Noisey described her EP as, “Heart on the sleeve honest, heartfelt stories of love, dreams and perseverance brought to life with a 1970s sense of glamour and style mixed with a hint of melancholy, nostalgia and hope, making it ‘Hard not to fall, at least a little bit, in love with her.”
Peter Caspian “Caspian” Lennox, founder of the Presana Music Group, says, “The songs are honest, heartfelt stories of love, dreams, perseverance and hope, they are delivered with bravery, vulnerability and tenderness, all wrapped up in an exciting wall of sound with melodic cascading guitars.”
Stream Silver Rose’s EP on Soundcloud by clicking here.
Like what you hear? See Silver Rose perform live in Foro IndieRocks, Mexico City, MX on April 28, or in Ruido Fest, Chicago, IL on July 6-10. To find out more information, follow Silver Rose on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
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