They say you have to suffer for your art, and in Rose Above’s case, this is unfortunately true. “Comes & Goes” came out of a dark moment for Joshua Rose, where he sat alone in a studio and thought to himself that he’s merely a shell of the man he once was. Overwhelming and coming from a place of solitude, ‘Comes & Goes’ was born and it’s a heartfelt experience with a remarkable pop sound.
The indie-pop ballad you didn’t know you need in your life until this very moment, ‘Comes & Goes’ draws inspiration from past era icons while still sounding original and distinctive. Consisting of Joshua Rose & Liam Reyes, Rose Above met via social media, as most of this generation do and formed a duo.
Completely relatable, especially during these uneasy times, ‘Comes & Goes’ lyrically is golden. From the first line ‘I can’t seem to find myself, but I know he’s out there somewhere turning down some help”, you’re instantly drawn in from it’s sadly realistic vision – we’ve all felt like this at some stage in our lives.
Musically, ‘Comes & Goes‘ is nostalgic with it’s glistening keyboard chords and passionate vocals. Exploring separation from yourself and others, ‘Comes & Goes’ feels like the reassuring hug we’re all craving currently. A friendly reminder that even in your darkest moments, there will always be the light at the end of the tunnel, ‘Comes & Goes’ is a little nudge to keep on keeping on.