New Rose shares new single + releases new LP at Elsewhere on 11.14

New Rose is gearing up to release their full-length album, Crying Eyes, via Broken Circles this coming November. The NYC cosmic country six-piece has already debuted the record’s windswept first single “Plenty of Flowers” and now they’re sharing the beautifully languid “Weeping Willow.” The forthcoming album follows the band’s first full-length, Morning Haze, which came out in 2017 and set the precedent for their particular brand of dusty, Americana-inspired indie rock. “Weeping Willow” is no different and basks in much of the same nostalgia-inducing golden hour light, with droopy sliding guitars and lilting vocals. This time around, New Rose kicks up the dust a bit with a moody bassline and a cagey percussive opening that resembles an ‘80s drum machine. The song drifts back into a familiar warm breeze soon enough with a kind of “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” sentimentality. The vocalist sings, “There’s a weeping willow that sings to me/ A southern landscape with a northern breeze,”  which is the perfect imagery for a band with a rootsy sound tethered to an east coast locale. If you’re in NYC you can catch the band live at their record release at Elsewhere (Zone One) on November 14th, where they will be playing with The Letter Yellow and Teen Body. Crying Eyes is out November 8th via Broken Circles and you can listen to “Weeping Willow” below.