Roe – Cruel

How many artists can say they played the legendary Glastonbury festival in the first year of their career? Roísín Donald can. And not long after that, the Irish singer and songwriter, who goes by the stage name of Roe, played influential showcase festival ESNS in the Netherlands. Although all this hasn’t led to her break-through yet, it can’t be far away. For starters, she refined her song-writing skills over the past years.

Fast forward to 2021… After over two handfuls of singles, Roe releases her most catchy song to date. Cruel is more guitar-based than her earlier output, and I like what I hear. The synths are still there, especially in the intro and the choruses, but they’re less prominent. Still very poppy, Roe’s music has evolved into guitar pop, in a ‘90s kind of way. Me, I love it!

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