Sydney electro songstress and producer Elizabeth Rose is headed for the big time, and her latest single The Good Life, a bangin’ three-and-a-half minutes of synthy electro pleasure, is here to strengthen her case for future super stardom.
The Good Life, an ode to leaving one’s nest and finding yourself in the big wide world, is the first taste of a forthcoming EP from Rose, and it has found itself featured on The Guardian. The track was co-produced by the singer herself, along with Cameron Parkin aka Shazam and Styalz Fuego and mastered in London by Matt Colton, who’s worked with massive names like James Blake and Coldplay.
If Rose sounds familiar to you, you probably know her from last year’s impressive debut EP Crystallise or the stunning vocals she contributed to Flight Facilities‘ infectious single I Didn’t Believe. The Good Life is released in Australia on Monday, 26th August.
Elizabeth Rose – The Good Life