Typhoid Rosie’s “Hearts Bleed Goodbye”
Typhoid Rosie is on the cusp of a Brooklyn takeover with their debut release, Hearts Bleed Goodbye,” which instantly proves to be a stunner. The impressive set of songs showcases the true talent of each band member, as they all play an active role in the musical process. Taking the regins is the luscious vocals of singer Rosie Rebel. Turning a negative situation into a significant message for all, she channels the loss of her Mother for their latest release, as it begins the healing process.
Love, loss, life, death, addiction and finding yourself are just a few of the themes that flow throughout Hearts Bleed Goodbye, which will peak the interest of many listeners.
With Matt Kursmark on guitar, Phil Wartell on drums, Leah Farmer on keyboard, Chris Potter on guitar and Steve Capecci on bass, they join Rebel to create a nicely formed group, as they bounce musical ideas and riffs off each other with a level of intricacy; highlighting their musicianship, and artistry as both players and songwriters.
From the energetic Best Coast-vibes sounds of their new single, “Run Along,” to the heartfelt sounds of “Till We Meet Again,” which evokes elements of early 00’s outfit, The Sounds, the album showcases the many sides of the band, and their efforts to strive for success.
Every song on the Hearts Bleed Goodbye stands on its own ground securing Typhoid Rosie’s place in musical history. They have definitely earned their place.