‘Breathe Out’ is the first solo release from Roseanna Jones and celebrates National Coming Out Day on Sunday 11 October.
Roseanna is a singer/songwriter from East London. Best known for her work with UK duo Worry Dolls, who have performed alongside the likes of Robert Plant and Mumford & Sons. This solo single is a departure from her Worry Dolls Americana sound. A tender and beautiful coming-out song in several ways – not only does it mark a new chapter in Rosie’s career – but also establishes her as a queer artist, something she has not previously spoken about publicly.
“It seems more important now than ever, to live openly and honestly, and stand up for our human rights, Breathe Out is about the weightlessness I felt coming out – I tried to capture that feeling to help give others strength who maybe haven’t got there yet.” – Roseanna
Released on National Coming Out Day, Sunday 11 Octoberthe music video features a group of LGBTQ+ people sharing their profoundly personal experiences of coming out.
100% of the profits from ‘Breathe Out’ will go towards UK-based charity The Kaleidoscope Trust. The charity works to uphold the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in countries where they are discriminated against or marginalised due to their sexual orientation, gender identity and or gender expression. You can donate here: GoFundMe
Breathe Out was written by Roseanna Jones, Rebekah Powell & Zoe Nicol and was recorded virtually during the lockdown. It features Jo Dudderidge (Lissie, The Travelling Band) on piano – Jo also co-produced the track. Georgina Leach (Seasick Steve, Ethan Johns) plays strings, CJ Hillman is on pedal steel, Dan Wiebe on drums and Harry Fausing Smith on bass. All the parts were recorded remotely and safely around the UK.
Social media and music links are here in one place: https://linktr.ee/roseannajone