Rosie and Me | Bird and Whale

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Bird and Whale

by Rosie and Me

The band describes their sound as unpretentious and simple, which in all means is an accurate depiction of their music, sometimes innocent and sweet, sometimes a little darker.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Come Back
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2. Bonfires
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2:39 $0.99
3. Old Folks (New Year)
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3:12 $0.99
4. Darkest Horse
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3:36 $0.99
5. Bird and Whale
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“At second thirteen of “Come Back”, I had already fallen deeply in love with Rosie and Me, and there was no coming back.” (Blas Yaselli, The Music Ninja)

“The warm song “Bonfires” makes me want to summon the sun, grab a checkered blanket, and find a grassy spot for a picnic.” (Pigeons and Planes)

“Come Back” is one of the sweetest songs I’ve heard for months with songstress Rosanne Machado lamenting a loss and craving the return of a lover who has moved onto pastures new”. (Tim Dickinson, The Blue Walrus)

“Rosie And Me's, "Bonfires" is a fantastically fun song and has proven to be the best new folk music that I have heard so far this year.” (Chuck Ryan, Music That Isn’t Bad)


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Davy C.

The sweetest thing!
I purchased this album after listening to "Darkest Horse" in a episode of One Tree Hill. Delighted to find out that the other 4 songs are equally enchanting! Looking forward for a new album from these guys.