Rosali says that Philadelphia - the place she’s called home for ten years - is rough and raw. It is a place that has toughened her up. She also talks about liking to shred.
Based on those comments alone, you’d think she was a punk rocker of the Iggy Pop ilk: gritty, grimy, maybe even dangerous. And you’d be partially right. As one third of the power trio Long Hots, Rosali is certainly capable of playing fast and loud.
But as a solo artist, her vibe is something different. She’s still a rocker, but her stuff is earthier. It’s mellower. And it’s gorgeous.
With two albums to her name (2016’s Out of Love and this year’s Trouble Anyway), Rosali has delivered song after powerful song about love and heartache. She’s not yet a household name, but she’s moving in that direction.
Cream Puff Records is thrilled to host Rosali for a solo set in the Tabor courtyard this Saturday (7/28). In advance of the show, we caught up with her over email to discuss her new record and the life-saving thrill of jamming with her friends.Read More