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Frankie Rose

10/12/17 | 9:00 PM

Rough Trade NYC

64 N 9th St Map

212-777-6727

$12


12-10-2017 12:00:00 12-10-2017 12:00:00 America/New_York Frankie Rose | 9:00 PM After spending years as a major presence in Brooklyn's thriving music scene, Frankie Rose relocated to her familial home of Los Angeles for 18 months with the intention of establishing yet another moment in her storied indie rock métier. Gradually, she found herself short on sleep, funds and optimism. "I moved to LA, drama ensued and I ended up on a catering truck. I was like, how can this be my life after being a touring musician and living off of music. I had really lost my way and I thought I was totally done." Through sleepless nights of listening to broadcaster Art Bell's paranormal-themed archives, Frankie's thoughts had turned to "who am I, I'm not cut out for this business, it's not for me." She continues, "I was literally in my room in L.A., not knowing how I was going to get out. But out of it all, I just decided to keep making music, because it is what I love and what I do – regardless of the outcome." "I feel like I am finally free from worrying about an outcome. I don't care. I already lost everything. I already had the worst-case scenario. When that happens, you do become free. In the end, it's about me rescuing myself via having this record." http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=244448 Rough Trade NYC Rough Trade NYC

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After spending years as a major presence in Brooklyn's thriving music scene, Frankie Rose relocated to her familial home of Los Angeles for 18 months with the intention of establishing yet another moment in her storied indie rock métier. Gradually, she found herself short on sleep, funds and optimism. "I moved to LA, drama ensued and I ended up on a catering truck. I was like, how can this be my life after being a touring musician and living off of music. I had really lost my way and I thought I was totally done."

Through sleepless nights of listening to broadcaster Art Bell's paranormal-themed archives, Frankie's thoughts had turned to "who am I, I'm not cut out for this business, it's not for me." She continues, "I was literally in my room in L.A., not knowing how I was going to get out. But out of it all, I just decided to keep making music, because it is what I love and what I do – regardless of the outcome."

"I feel like I am finally free from worrying about an outcome. I don't care. I already lost everything. I already had the worst-case scenario. When that happens, you do become free. In the end, it's about me rescuing myself via having this record."

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