Typhoid Rosie have just released their new album, ‘Queen Of Swords,’ an empowering and defiant rally cry of self-love, self-reliance, and independence.
Recorded remotely at home in quarantine during COVID-19 (with the exception of drums and bass, recorded at Cannon Found Soundation in Brooklyn), ‘Queen Of Swords’ is Typhoid Rosie’s fourth album and their first since 2018’s ‘This Is Now.’
Delivering high-energy sing-along alt/punk rock with pop hooks and indie grit, Typhoid Rosie is known for putting on an entertaining, fun, and high energy live performance, and their sound has caught on with music fans and critics alike, with coverage in outlets such as Paste, Buzzfeed, Big Takeover, Alternative Press, HuffPost, New Noise, PunkNews, Substream, Impose, PopMatters, Hollywood Life and many more.
Order the album (digital/vinyl) here: https://typhoidrosie.bandcamp.com/album/queen-of-swords.
Always outspoken, frontwoman Rosie Rebel says of the new album, “While I have the world’s ear, I want you to know that your life, well-being, evolution, growth and happiness are worth fighting for. I want this to be the album playing when the universe gives you a slap across the face and tells you Wake up! Get Up! Your life is worth fighting for!”
She adds, “There’s not a mortal walking this Earth who will leave this life without deep emotional battle scars. This record is mostly about how we survive those moments that cut us so deeply.”
“I took all of my pain, lessons, tragedies, and everything I learned in the Ivy Leagues, and together with my incredible band – we made this badass record for you. I hope these songs help you in your life the way that songs have saved me. When you’re pissed off about how shitty the world is, when you’re doing crunches, when you’re saving the world, when you need an energy boost, when you’re about to fall asleep driving your car, when you need some rocket fuel—put this record on and sing along!”
“So much suffering in this world comes from the projected pain of others. Some learn their lessons and become Jedis, others turn the sword upon themselves into cycles of self-destruction, and then there are those who take pleasure in hurting others. Once you see how shitty some people really are, it really is your job to save yourself.” She continues, “You can spend what little time you have on this planet waiting for others to change and do right by you, or you can step up to the plate, begin the process of healing and learn to love yourself where others have failed you.“