Lowe, Rosie: YU

Lowe, Rosie SKU: 38754814
Lowe, Rosie: YU

Lowe, Rosie: YU

Lowe, Rosie SKU: 38754814

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: YU
Artist: Lowe, Rosie
Label: Caroline
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 602577430251
Genre: Rock

Limited red colored vinyl LP pressing. 2019 release. Rosie Lowe returns with her much-anticipated second album YU. Produced by Dave Okumu (The Invisible, Grace Jones, Jessie Ware) and featuring The P Funk Choir of Jamie Woon, Jamie Lidell, Jordan Rakei and Kwabs. YU sees Rosie Lowe look back on her life, and all those things that make YU. One listen to YU and the strength achieved when you broaden horizons becomes immediately apparent - which for Lowe, in part involved allowing others in more. The record features a rare appearance from Jay Electronica, The P Funk Choir, and leading lights across the UK's dance and jazz circles (Floating Points, Shabaka Hutchings, Alfa Mist). Despite it's richly classic feel, what's emerged on YU is an album on thoroughly modern, twenty-first-century love: it's childhood myths and more pragmatic realities, it's utopias and difficult weathers. Those moments when you find out how you are, who you are, and if you're brave enough, you let it all bleed through. On her stunning second album, YU, Rosie Lowe has also done just that.


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