“Swoop” a scorching hot single that is as dangerous as it is playful.
Agressive sounds softly claw at your ears in an expressive way that draws you deep into the haunting atmosphere that is “Swoop,” the latest single from the provocative punk-pop artist Rose Villain. The track itself opens up to listeners with an ear-biting baseline that progressively evolves into grounding sounds that allow for the synchronization of a focused and hearty beat. Eventually, smokey vocals with a slight delay and subtle reverb take hold of the musical components at play and demand that we listen closely to carefully crafted lyrics. Topping everything off are the delightful instrumentals used throughout “Swoop” to accentuate the songs textured melody.
“The Milan-born and New York-based singer, songwriter, director, dancer, model, and producer might just be the mischievous fuse to light a new flame for popular culture at large. With millions of cumulative streams, the endorsement of Clash and Vogue Italy, and a debut for Republic Records on the way, she possesses the hypnotic power to flip pop upside down.
She began singing inspired by “the gods of rock” à la Nirvana, Guns N’ Roses, Johnny Cash, and Elvis all the way through Green Day and Incubus. Throughout high school, she split her time between reading Edgar Allan Poe, studying criminology, learning about forensics, and fronting a punk band called The Villains.
No matter what she does, Rose Villain ultimately turns heads with the right amount of evil to make pop dangerous again.”
Bio by Rick Florino