Clutching at the coattails of sad-girl pop, Rosa Lavenne delivers a dreamy folk sound with melancholic and often nostalgic lyricism. The intricate fingerstyle guitar and natural vibrato of Joan Baez combined with the ethereal sadness and soft pop-inclinations of Lana Del Rey is one way to describe the sound of Rosa Lavenne. Heavy on reverbed synths as well as the folk traditions of fingerstyle guitar and melodic harmonies mean that Rosa stands at the crossroads between tradition and modernism. Under the influence of the acoustic masters such as Leonard Cohen, Townes Van Zandt, Sandy Denny and Bob Dylan, Rosa Lavenne adds her unique twist on folk pop melancholia.
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