The Palace Grill, an imaginative, three-story restaurant and bar situated in Oslo, Norway, continues to provide the ideal backdrop for Fieh to perform their superb new single – Rosalie.
Taken from their upcoming album, Rosalie delivers Fiehs’ neo-soul goodness, smoothened with the soft-sounding tones of the impeccable Sofie Tollefsbøl. Blending experimental elements with ease, the tracks’ outer-worldly interlude glides into sweet trumpet notes on an exemplary bass rhythm foundation.
‘Rosalie’ tells the story of a girl trapped out at sea, as the band explains, “[The track is] about a girl in a difficult situation who clearly needs help. But no one takes responsibility to help her, and she just ends up floating around like a small boat on a vast ocean. She feels that the world won’t care if she burns up and disappears from the face of the earth. Andreas (Rukan, bassist) provides the fundament for the song with a disco bass line on the verses, while we go more Kate Bush-like on the chorus.”
The LP In The Sun In The Rain is due out March 4th via Jansen Records.