With her highly-anticipated new album landing next month, Esther Rose has now dropped the next cut to be lifted from her forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Safe To Run' sees her team up with Alynda Segarra of Hurray For The Riff Raff for the release, and follows on from the previously shared lead track 'Chet Baker' in previewing her new LP, also called 'Safe To Run', which is out on the 21st April via New West Records.
Speaking about the new offering, she said, "Sonically, Ross and I threw every idea we had on this song and it absorbed everything as if it were just this mega-powerful container. We built so many layers into the outro. I love Ross’s counter-melody on the Mellotron and the high-pitched 1-note synth drone which he refers to as ‘the angels.’ Nick Cohon, of Bay Area death metal band Cormorant, brought the doom by arranging the ascending guitar outro. It was so meaningful to collaborate with Alynda Segarra and to hear the song start to fly. Alynda’s voice is this expertly tuned muscle; when they sing, you feel everything."
Check out the new Rett Rogers-directed video for 'Safe To Run' in the player below.