Rosehip Teahouse – ‘A Million Times’

Rosehip Teahouse have shared ‘A Million Times’ ahead of the releas of their ‘Fine’ EP on 9 December. Inspired by Faye Rogers’ battles with anxiety (‘I was finding that I would try and mould myself into what I thought everyone else wanted from me, not realising that I was losing more and more of myself in the process. And even then, what I thought people wanted from me was usually wrong’), the song opens with a wave of dynamic guitar hooks that veer into a self-aware Frankie Cosmos confessional indie pop sound as Faye sings ‘I doubt you’d change for anyone but I still change for everyone’ and ‘I didn’t mean to be like this’.

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