ROZES Premieres New Song “Halfway There”
- Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter Elizabeth Mencel, aka ROZES has unveiled a new song “Halfway There”.
The song was chosen to be the official anthem of January's 2019 Women's March.
“I wanted "Halfway There" to be like a fight song a little bit and about how acknowledging the battle and being thrown into it is essentially your halfway mark, and then fighting it is the next half," she said of the song. “It ended up being about women's empowerment — and empowerment in general — because it started to feel like the fight was mine while I was writing it. It could be relatable to anybody.”
“I've had a lot of friends who have been victims of sexual abuse, and I, myself, am one of them,” she revealed. “I've never shared my story, but it's easy for me to be able to write my songs and feel empowered in that way.”
ROZES is known for The Chainsmokers' "Roses" as guest vocals. After smash hit song, she joined in Cash Cash's single "Matches" in 2017.
Last year, she released two EPs "Numbed Up" and "i don't know where i'm going, but i'm on my way".
- EP "i don't know where i'm going, but i'm on my way":
- source : Bustle