Emarosa releases their next flamboyant pop track, ‘Stay”’ The memorable, melodic track coincides with the announcement of their highly anticipated album “Sting”, set to release on January 27th via Out of Line Music.
About the single: “’Stay’ really turned into a ‘become what you hate’ story. That feeling of knowing something is bad for you and you’re on the fence but something pushes you over. ‘It’s such a dangerous hunger I can’t help,’ something about that to me screams love/hate and passion. You’re being hunted, she turns you, and you become the hunter. It’s a very vampire/werewolf metaphor. This would have been great if Twilight was in the 80s.” – Bradley Scott, vocalist of Emarosa
The 10-track full-length is the band’s first follow-up since their massively successful debut in the pop genre, “Peach Club” which was their breakthrough release leading to a sold-out tour and prestigious placement on the Billboard Charts. “Stay” is one of many dazzling, dance-worthy tracks to give fans a taste of what to expect in 2023.
Every album we outdo ourselves. “Sting” is no exception. No reservations, no holds barred, this record is unapologetic and defiantly confident.
If you think you know Emarosa – think again. Bradley Scott (vocals) and ER White (guitar) have collaborated for nearly a decade to transform and energetically renew the group’s vision musically.
They bravely shifted from the hard rock scene and became leaders of the alternative world with their catchy, dreamy, and wildly successful breakthrough album “Peach Club” in 2019, which soared to claim a top spot on the U.S. Billboard charts upon release and warranted a completely sold out nation-wide tour.
After three years to ensure their next move matched their unforgettable landmark release, the band is poised to introduce their loyal audience to a follow-up worthy of their attention.
Combine the influences of pop, synth-wave, alternative, and 80’s hits, and you have Emarosa’s upcoming masterpieces. Their modern glittery pop tracks ‘Preach’, ‘Attention’, and ‘Stay’ mark our first glimpse amongst more new singles coming soon via Out of Line Music.
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