New Music: Rose Dougall, Take Yourself With You

Rose Dougall “Take Yourself With You”

Been I while since I’d heard anything from/by Rose Dougall (aka Rose Elinor Dougall), former Pipette and renderer of many lovely solo tracks – including personal favorites “Another Version of Pop Song” from 2010, and “Start/Stop/Synchro” from 2009.

Now, here comes new single “Take Yourself With You”, posted today on her Facebook page via amazing online journal The Quietus, and the promise of a new full length in 2015.  “Take” is 4:00 and change of light as air, shimmeringly glorious sophistipop.  Think a more lush, less fey Prefab Sprout or early, pre-clubland Everything But the Girl.  Dougall’s voice, which has always had the ability to be light as meringue without being saccharine, is in full bloom.  A welcome return.

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