Listen to Rosu Lup's new single "Hem," see them at World Cafe Live
Rosu Lup | photo courtesy of the artist

Local indie-folk band Rosu Lup released a new single this week. The track, titled “Hem,” is hauntingly beautiful and soars with spacious, flowing instrumental sections. The unique instrumentation includes both drums and electric guitar as well as cello, viola, and trumpet. It creates a dynamic texture that is complimented perfectly by the full, intense vocals.

Of the song, Rosu Lup’s Jonathan Stewart says: “There are seasons when you look at your life and it seems like a barren wasteland… However, in those moments when it seems like what you value is stripped away, something beautiful can be seen.” These strong feelings of loss and hope are prominent in both the sound and the poetic lyrics of this intensely emotional track.

In addition to making plans for their first full-length album, Rosu Lup is playing its first show of 2015 at World Cafe Live on January 20th, with The Chairman Dances and Caroline Reese. Concert details and ticket information can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar. Listen to “Hem” below.

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