Listen Roosevelt’s new single Shadows

Taken from the new album ‘Young Romance’, out on September 28,via Greco-Roman / City Slang

Two years on from Marius Lauber aka Roosevelt’s debut album, his sophomore effort Young Romance, released September 28, sees the DJ, producer and vocalist break free from the dance floor and step out into the light; a transition he makes effortlessly as he asserts his place in the upper echelons of guitar and synth-pop royalty. Having taken some time since his eponymous 2016 debut to tour tirelessly and pen remixes for CHVRCHES, Glass Animals, Rhye and more, this sophomore record began in his hometown of Cologne before being finished in Los Angeles, where it was mixed by Chris Coady (Beach House/Grizzly Bear/Future Islands). Here, Roosevelt covers the trials and tribulations of love, finding ‘home’, touring and losing touch; propelling himself into uncharted territory, both sonically and aesthetically.

Shadows LYRICS

You got it all inside your mind
Been making it up from time to time
It’s something that you can’t leave behind
I waited too long to get your sign

So take me to a place where we can shine
I never meant to let you out of sight
But everywhere i go i seem to find
The shadows of our love

Shadows of our love
They’re coming back to me
Shadows of our love
Oh baby can’t you see

You were the one to ease my mind
Been swayin‘ around from side to side
Can i ever live those dreams again
If only you saw it the same away

So take me to a place where we can shine
I never meant to let you out of sight
But everywhere i go i seem to find
the shadows of our love

Shadows of our love
They’re coming back to me
Shadows of our love
Oh baby can’t you see

So take me to a place where we can shine..
But everywhere i go i seem to find..

Shadows of our love
Shadows of our love

Shadows of our love
They’re coming back to me
(coming back to me)
Shadows of our love
Oh baby can’t you see
(baby can‘t you see)
Shadows of our love
They’re coming back to me
(coming back to me)
Shadows of our love
Oh baby can’t you see
(baby can‘t you see)