Rose
by Abra

— Released 6th October 2017

Atlanta based singer, songwriter and producer ABRA will release her critically acclaimed 2015 ‘Rose’ LP on vinyl, in a limited run, through Ninja Tune. 

The twelve track effort features the single “Roses” which stands at over 3 million streams on Spotify and which Pitchfork describes as “a swamp teeming with youthful obsession” and names it a “highlight” on the album. “Fruit”, another standout on the project whose video has over 8 million views, is described by ...

Atlanta based singer, songwriter and producer ABRA will release her critically acclaimed 2015 ‘Rose’ LP on vinyl, in a limited run, through Ninja Tune. 

The twelve track effort features the single “Roses” which stands at over 3 million streams on Spotify and which Pitchfork describes as “a swamp teeming with youthful obsession” and names it a “highlight” on the album. “Fruit”, another standout on the project whose video has over 8 million views, is described by Nylon as “a source of life” and Stereogum as “mesmerizing”. The project was also hailed by Billboard, The FADER, Dazed and Confused, who call it “addictive,” and The Guardian, who describe ABRA’s voice as “quietly devastating,” and the music as, “stealthily infectious”.  

Rose
by Abra

— Released 6th October 2017

Physical

2xLP (ZEN246)
£17.00
 

Physical

2xLP (ZEN246)
£17.00

Atlanta based singer, songwriter and producer ABRA will release her critically acclaimed 2015 ‘Rose’ LP on vinyl, in a limited run, through Ninja Tune. 

The twelve track effort features the single “Roses” which stands at over 3 million streams on Spotify and which Pitchfork describes as “a swamp teeming with youthful obsession” and names it a “highlight” on the album. “Fruit”, another standout on the project whose video has over 8 million views, is described by ...

Atlanta based singer, songwriter and producer ABRA will release her critically acclaimed 2015 ‘Rose’ LP on vinyl, in a limited run, through Ninja Tune. 

The twelve track effort features the single “Roses” which stands at over 3 million streams on Spotify and which Pitchfork describes as “a swamp teeming with youthful obsession” and names it a “highlight” on the album. “Fruit”, another standout on the project whose video has over 8 million views, is described by Nylon as “a source of life” and Stereogum as “mesmerizing”. The project was also hailed by Billboard, The FADER, Dazed and Confused, who call it “addictive,” and The Guardian, who describe ABRA’s voice as “quietly devastating,” and the music as, “stealthily infectious”.