Rosie Lowe releases new single and video ‘Who’s That Girl’

Rosie Lowe Who's That Girl

Rosie Lowe returns with her stunning new single, ‘Who’s That Girl?’, out now. Accompanied by a mesmeric video – which premiered on Dazed & Confused – the single gives another hint as to what we can expect from Lowe’s debut album, to be released later this year via Dew Process/Universal Music Australia.

Following the release of her acclaimed debut EP “Right Thing” and the single, ‘How’d You Like It’ last year, Rosie Lowe has gone from strength to strength. After a headlining slot at Annie Mac Collected in December, the South London singer-songwriter kicked off 2015 with a notable inclusion in Dazed & Confused’s ‘Dazed 100’ list, before going on to support the legend that is Neneh Cherry on her January UK tour.

Says Rosie of the single, “‘Who’s That Girl?’ is about not recognising someone any more. It’s always in the times of struggle – when something bad happens – that the biggest lessons are learnt and you realise who your true friends are. Some people step up and some people step down. ‘Who’s That Girl?’ is about a friend that stepped down when I needed her most. It was a blessing in disguise as it opened my eyes to all the things I couldn’t see from such close proximity.”

For the video for ‘Who’s That Girl?’, Lowe worked with award-winning directing duo, ‘Bison’ (London Grammar, Coldplay), who used the rhythm and vocal stems of the song to midi-trigger lights and projections, interconnecting the music and visuals perfectly, to stunning effect.

Praise for Rosie Lowe

“Frosty, glitchy R&B. What a singer, what a find” The Sunday Times

“Thick with emotion and heavy with soul, this classy lament makes for a beguiling solo debut” NME

“Rosie Lowe is turning heads” Pigeons and Planes

“If Jessie Ware joined Little Dragon” Mojo

“An intriguing new talent unafraid to manipulate genre barriers… Rosie Lowe’s songs draw on her varied musical background to create moments of unnerving beauty” The Guardian

“Fusing romantic songwriting with a lethal experimental edge… expect the South Londoner’s debut album to have a similar exploratory edge” Dazed & Confused