The new ballad from Philly pop singer Rozes is a helping hand through rough times - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart
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Philadelphia pop singer and songwriter Rozes got her start after she was featured on “Roses” by The Chainsmokers in 2015. She released her debut solo single “R U Mine” shortly after and followed it with LP Burn Wild in 2016. She’s released singles sporadically since then and has just shared her brand new song, “Call Me” via Photo Finish Records.

Rozes sings about mental health and how sometimes a phone call can change everything. With the release of her single, she encourages her fans to lend a helping hand to those who are going through rough times. “Call Me” is piano-heavy with a dramatic bass line that makes for a powerful pop ballad, as self-proclaimed by Rozes herself.

Listen to “Call Me” below.

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