‘Tired’ is an artistic expression of letting go. “Sometimes you’ve done enough, and you just need to take a step back to think about your own needs. Sometimes you’ve done too much, and you’ve just got tired of it…” is a theme we can ALL relate to in our personal lives.

May Roze is a talented singer-songwriter hailing from London (born and raised in Switzerland).

She gains inspiration from her life experiences and those of others in world she sees around her.
She’s inspired by the deeper side of things. The things that make us humans really tick – both the good and the bad – and she writes about them. Seems simple enough doesn’t it but with her you get a little bit more. A real sense of emotional understanding which is the Holy Grail of any serious performer who’s worth their salt.

The mood on this particular track is atmospheric and reminiscent of her idols who include such well-loved artists as FKA Twigs, Kate Bush, Janelle Monae and Solange Knowles. I would also add Lana Del Rey and Bjork to that description. Her beautifully soft vocal delivery is like that of a lullaby, albeit a one with a dark underlying meaning of longing and an admission of personal anguish. The production is truly amazing; and only strengthens the message of the lyrics she oozes so efficiently through the microphone.

From the tender age of 3 years of age May has been performing and dancing in various stage productions even gaining the achievement of being lead soloist in the world premiere of ‘Oratorio – The Tower, The Flood and The Child’.

Her performances have spread the length and breadth of her native Switzerland during which time she received many years of top industry level vocal training by such names who have helped refine the vocal chords of artists such as Beyoncé, Emile Sande and Ciara.

Since relocating to London in 2012 she’s continued to perform at various venues around the Capitol while studying her craft by adding song-writing to her already impressive repertoire.

In 2015, May took part of the Swiss Eurovision Finals with her song “Letter to myself”, co writted with Lise Cabble.

Later in 2015, she made the artistic style-shift to Pop/R&B, releasing singles and successfully completing an album with Producer/Composer ‘Load Track’.

The single is released on 25th April and the video I released on the 21st May 2018.