Fool’s Gold is the second song off of a 2-song double single project called Alchemy, the first release from Rosalie after a debilitating illness left her wondering for years if she’d ever been able to sing again. Gold was inspired by the kintsugi art form in Japan, where broken pottery is welded back together with gold to form gilded scars. This tradition is meant to symbolize that we are more beautiful for having been broken. Upon hearing this, Rosalie wrote a song that became her own anthem, detailing how she worked to turn every hardship and struggle in her life into gold.


In a world saturated with artists struggling to find their voice, Rosalie stands tall with integrity and style. Writing powerful music, she succeeds where others often fail. It is a promising first look into a bold new era for the artist and we couldn’t be any more proud of her for trail-blazing the unknown. When it comes to creating art with a purpose, Rosalie is doing it right. Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think.


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