New York-based Frankie Rose is back with her new album Love As Projection, which is due out March 10th via Night School Records.
After spending nearly two decades establishing herself across New York and Los Angeles independent music circles, Rose re-emerges after six years with a fresh form, aesthetic, and ethos. Love As Projection is a reintroduction of her established style through the lens of contemporary electronic pop. Recorded with producer Brandt Gassman and mixed with long-term collaborator Jorge Elbrecht this is the album Frankie Rose has been building up to her entire career.
The album title is a comment on society in the modern day, the idea that we are tricked into believing everything is fine and that “love will win“, but in reality it’s a smokescreen hiding the fact people are struggling to get their basic needs met. In the words of Frankie Rose herself, “This album is about having to focus our collective energies on the small things around that we can control to find joy. A distraction from the the larger systemic problems that feel so overwhelming and are so very out of our collective hands… for now…”
Rose has also released the first single of the new album. Listen to “Anything” below:
Love As Projection artwork & tracklist:
1. Sixteen Ways
3. Had It Wrong
4. Saltwater Girl
5. Feel Light
7. Sleeping Night And Day
8. Molotov In Stereo
9. Come Back
10. Song For A Horse