Watch the visual below!
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Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, Camille Rose has enlisted multi-instrumentalist, artist, producer, and model, Christopher Kenji on her new single, Rose-Tinted Glasses. The release arrives alongside an official visual, directed by Directed by 99.
Rose's soulful tones play off against Kenji's grittier performance, creating juxtaposing textures that compliment each other and lures you in to the songs lyricism. The track explores toxicity within a relationship and the realisation that the lavender haze of new love can fade away to reveal each others flaws. The songs pop-rock soundscape unfurls beneath, as Rose continues to experiment with her sound and explore a wide sonic palette.
"Rose-Tinted Glasses is a two way conversation about seeing your partner for who they truly are - with the love goggles removed. When you finally see them, do you stay? Most songs about relationships talk about love or hate. But this is about the middle ground. The ugly fights that couples in love have. It's not quite a breakup song, nor is it a love song. It's right in between."
Rose-Tinted Glasses is out now!