Rosie Cima & What She Dreamed first hit my radar in January through her raucously melancholic track Stuck. Her new one is called Waxwing. Though it has a different energy, the sense of anarchy I’ve come to love is still there.
By Graeme Smith
Waxwing tells the story of returning to your hometown for a funeral. It starts almost folky with a ’60s spirit and modern imagery. By minute two of the seven minute odyssey, the energy kicks up into effortlessly strained garage rock.
The track is taken from Rosie’s new album Realm of The Warring Gods which will be out on 12 March. Check out Waxwing below and, if you like it, check out the album next week.