Melancholy and nostalgia are two facets of emotions intertwined in sentiment; in Rosemary Fairweather's latest single, "Where Birds Fly".
"Where Birds Fly" was written as a cure for my nightmares," Fairweather shares of the track. "I was having trouble shaking a recurring dream, and a friend suggested I try and 'score' my nightmares in an attempt to take control of them. It really worked, and this was the end result." Opening with a resonating drum pattern, Fairweather's signature breathy vocals fill the void, conducting the track in a dreamscape of emotive cadence. A moving piece of work swatched in a haze of satin and innocence, Fairweather effortlessly follows through with entrancing shimmers, rising beautifully for a soulful climax. It's a track that pulls you in with confidence and leaves you with warmth—enveloping us in a dream where we can soar high into the sky.
Rosemary Fairweather is a 25-year-old dream/alt pop artist whose work has garnered support from many tastemakers in the industry. Earlier this year, the singer shared an update via Facebook surrounding her ongoing health situation and since then, has been releasing a new single on the last Friday of every month. "Where Birds Fly" is the last single to be released ahead of her sophomore album, Heavenly – A Second Collection of Songs, dropping August 30th 2019.