A little bit about Rowlette...
Rowlette is a rising indie-pop artist hailing from the west of Ireland, known for her ability to combine inspirational lyrics with infectious hooks. “Footprints on the Moon” is the second single from the lunar-loving artist who is sharing the track on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Mission.
The percussion-driven dark and vibrant pop track is a motivational anthem, for anyone questioning what’s possible. Despite its acoustic feel, the cleverly lyricised earworm is full-bodied thanks to its intriguing instrumental arrangement and subtle harmonies.
Talking about the inspiration for the song Rowlette explains; “For some reason, we are all accustomed to believing we have to live our lives a certain way and write so much off as impossible. When you think about the fact we are a tiny little planet in an infinite universe, and all that mankind has done, your dreams suddenly seem somewhat achievable”
“Footprints on the Moon” is Rowlette’s second single, first releasing “Howling at the Moon” at the end of 2018. An unusual niche, she laughs “I think this could be my last moon song! Definitely not my last sky song though.”
Rowlette is well known on the Dublin live scene, with performances this summer in Workman’s, The Grand Social, The Wiley Fox and providing support to Jack L.
Rowlette’s debut EP will be released later this year.