Frankie Rose - "Know Me" (video)

by PopMatters Staff

31 July 2012

"It may have a foot in the past, but the hooks and energy are timeless."
 

Brooklyn singer-songwriter Frankie Rose’s second album Interstellar came out earlier this year and Pitchfork slapped a Best New Music tag on the record. Now Rose emerges with her latest single “Know Me”.

Our own Matt Fiander said of Interstellar that “it may have a foot in the past, but the hooks and energy are timeless, and Rose is an immediate and striking voice in pop music right now, one that—if she keeps up—may become a part of some future singer’s nostalgia.”

 

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