Track/Video: Gretta Ray Gifts Us With ‘Roses’ with the deluxe edition of her sophomore album ‘Positive Spin +’

Australian singer-songwriter Gretta Ray has revealed her latest single, ‘Roses’, detailing her deep connection to London and the longing to return. Gretta Ray has unveiled the song just in time for her run of shows supporting Maisie Peters, where she will be performing across Australia.

The release comes ahead of her next London headline show at Lafayette on 13 May (Tickets available HERE) and plans to spend more time in the city, work on new music.

Ray shares,

“In the photographs included in the ‘Roses’ visualiser, it’s clear that I’ve made a lot of special memories in London, and I cannot wait to make more,”

Gretta continues,

“I’ve had plans in the past to stay in the city for an extended period of time, but those plans fell through. 2024 feels like a second chance to live out those dreams and to see where my music can take me in this part of the world. I look up to so many UK-based artists and this place has truly felt like a second home since I was 18.”

‘Roses’, co-written with collaborator and producer Gab Strum, is taken from ‘Positive Spin +’, the extended version of her second album, and captures the feeling of optimism while being tinged with melancholy, embodying Ray’s lush and expansive sound.

The track opens with warm, bittersweet keys and lush pads that allow Gretta Ray’s glowing vocals to swirl gracefully over whimsical textures. The song lifts before releasing into a rising euphoric bliss of wonder, solitude and vulnerability. 

Accompanying the release is the lyric video, available to stream below:

‘Positive Spin+’ is available to stream / download worldwide – HERE.
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