Sunday, 05 February 2017 11:53

Rohey release their new single - I Found Me

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2016 was quite a year for Norwegian band Rohey.

The jazzy soul quartet immediately created a stir after appearing at last years Scandinavian Soul Music Awards in Sweden, and soon found themselves supporting Bernhoft on tour and performing for thousands.

The bands lead singer, Rohey Taalah, also recently won a talent award from Jazzfest - unquestionably a correct decision.

Her vocal quality is the jewel in the crown to this appealing bands uniqueness and creative musical expression. Lyrically the band excels too and 'I’ve Found Me' is yet another exquisite example;

I’ve been denying my true self, but now I’ve found me,
I’ve been, pretending to be someone else, but now I’ve found me
I have, peeled all the layers off my being, and now I found me
Now I’m comfortable in my own skin, ‘cause now I’ve found me

Teaser trailer by André Løyning below (Warning: you’ll be left wanting to see more!)

Listen to the full track on Spotify

 

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