Rosemary Fairweather : Heavenly - A Collection Of Songs

Heavenly - A Collection Of Songs

Rosemary Fairweather

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Rosemary Fairweather

Pop : Alternative

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Grimes, FKA Twigs, Purity Ring

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Toronto

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"Heavenly - A Collection of Songs came together during a period of loss when sleep was hard to come by. They're about trying to get back to a better place again." - Rosemary Fairweather

Rosemary Fairweather is a 23 year old dream pop artist and producer based in Toronto, Canada. Her 10 song debut project Heavenly - A Collection of Songs, has garnered recognition from global tastemakers including Zane Lowe at Beats 1, The FADER, Stereogum, The Hype Machine Team, The Line of Best Fit, Triple J Radio, Indie Shuffle, The 405, Kick Kick Snare and PopMatters among many more. She has also received widespread support across the Spotify ecosystem, with over half a million streams in a few short months and adds to numerous Spotify curated playlists including Fresh Finds, New Indie Mix, Creativity Boost, undercurrents, Fresh Finds: Six Strings, Indie Pop Chillout and Women of Fresh Finds.

<strong style="font-size: 14.4px;">Here's what critics have been saying about her work:

“So so good.” - Zane Lowe, Beats 1

“Trippy, catchy music swathed in gauzy, stunned emotion…Fairweather's breathy vocals conduct the track to a rising excitement, housed in an intimate and ghostly disco.” - The FADER

"A beautiful brand of indie pop with an infectiously groovy shimmer." - Stereogum

“With a pixie persona and a DIY attitude, Rosemary Fair-weather is a potential successor to the crown of dreamy, high pitched pop currently held by fellow Canadian Claire Boucher of Grimes fame. Fair-weather is definitely more reserved but her songwriting and the intricacy of her soundscapes makes her just as powerful a force.” - The Line of Best Fit

“One to watch.” - The Hype Machine Team

“A giddy whirlwind of indie dream-pop.” - Indie Shuffle

"Pair the breathy vocals with joyous synth-driven alt-pop production and you may just have a perfect new single.'" - The 405

"Mesmerizing…gentle chords welcome you as the sound opens up to Fairweather’s lovely high soprano voice mourning the end of a relationship. Languid beats and warm synth washes carry the song to greater heights." - PopMatters

"it’s made perfectly for a nostalgic trip for old lovers to share at dusk." - Kick Kick Snare

“There is already one Canadian who is dominating the synth-pop and electro-pop realm, and another might soon join Grimes as the dominant force in the genre. But unlike Claire Elise Boucher, Rosemary Fairweather has opted for more wistful and serene soundscapes to whisk us away into the subconscious.” - The Revue

“Gauzy enchanting...It all feels a touch Yumi Zouma like, with a smidgen of Trails And Ways breeziness.” - I Heart Moosiq

"Breathless, whispered vocals compliment the gentle pats of a drum machine; it’s the musical version of seeing the sun’s rays fall on a natural lake and flicker on its surface…lusciously mesmerising." - Drunken Werewolf

"Fun and pleasant pop, with a relaxed groove as a bassline and a dreamy summer song-worthy melody…resplendent sustained tones, textured whirls and simulated strings." - Silent Shout

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