Lost is Rosalie’s second release after releasing their debut EP Sunshine in the Dark in September. It is the lead single for their upcoming album, of which the release date is yet to be confirmed. Rosalie. is the product of Nina Bossicart, singer-songwriter originally from Belgium and Stewart Landsburgh, guitarist from Fife. The band spoke with The Fountain about the new track as well as their future plans.

TF: You have a new single out, what can we expect from Lost?

Lost is the lead single of our upcoming album, it accurately represents us as a band and captures the essence of the new record. It is filled with layers of guitars and vocals, with a strong rhythm section that will make you want to get up and dance despite the lyrics addressing a more sombre topic.

TF: How would you sum up the track in one sentence?

Lost is a refreshing alt-pop track with strong vocals and dreamy guitars.

TF: What is your plan for the remainder of the year, after this release?

We’re currently working on finishing our new album, which Nina is mixing before we send it off to our mastering engineer Kris Pohl at Autonomic Pilot Mastering. We’re been working with loads of musician friends from Perth and are excited for its release in the late spring. We already have a few track lined up after that, but mostly we’re eager to start gigging and finally sharing our music with a live audience.

TF: Where is your favourite venue for playing live, where is the next place you look most forward to gigging?

As the band got together at the very end of 2019, we haven’t really had chance to perform live as Rosalie yet. Stu’s favourite venue was by far King Tuts, which he played previously with different bands. We would love to eventually play there with Rosalie and be part of such an iconic history.