Pop songstress Katrina Stuart introduces her formidable musical talents to the world with the new single “Blue Roses.” The Los Angeles based Canada native has spent her young life creating and performing music.
The artist plays a number of instruments including piano and guitar. She has also studied dance from an early age. Her skills in that department are on full display in the video for “Blue Roses”
However, the real story is that voice. She sings with ease and confidence that far surpass her years. On the lead vocal her singing seems effortless. She sounds like she has been singing her entire life… because she has.
Katrina has been singing professionally since she was four years-old. Her experience shines through in both her technique and style. Throughout the track, subtle and classy background vocals harmonize and counterpoint to great effect.
The track is built on EDM tinged Pop instrumentation. A tight beat and bassline are augmented by subtle synths. The production creates a wide open space which leaves plenty of room for Katrina’s excellent vocals.
Lyrically, “Blue Roses” is an empowering breakup song. The singer is examining and dismissing an insincere lover’s attempt at reconciliation. She is taking control of her own destiny when she sings of, “a new beginning without you.” I really like the sentiment and composition of the descending run in the refrain when she sings, “You can take your pretty flowers, and burn them up.”
“Blue Roses” is already garnering a lot of attention with over 160,000 streams on Spotify and over 230,000 views on YouTube. Check out the song here, and follow the links below to connect with Katrina.