“Runaway Angel” is the latest single from rising alt-pop artist Karolina Rose. Known for upbeat and groovy singles such as “Greytopia” and “Objection,” Rose has taken a darker and more introspective path with her new track.
Collaborating with producer Elliot Jacobson, Rose uses ethereal beats and vocals to inspire empowerment through healing and love.
“Runaway Angel” is influenced by Rose’s own personal journey and her coastal split experience. The ballet-inspired song is both graceful and haunting, balancing between a place of healing and the hell mostly found in painful dreams. “I started releasing the EP last year and these last two songs were quite personal to me. I took some months off on a sort of spiritual journey to look within and do some healing. Runaway Angels helped me process a part of my life that was really difficult for me. It’s euphoric to exercise this part of me out and share it. The chorus was written in my apartment and the rest of it was finished on a vacation during the thick of the #metoo movement. I wrote parts in the middle of the night and tweaked it on the beach with a mini Taylor I had with me and my laptop,” Rose said.
Fans can look forward to Karolina’s visual EP later this summer