For an artist, recording a second album is often a step that rekindles past insecurities, but Rosie Valland chose to take it as a challenge. She is back with “BLUE,” an album exuding self-assurance. “BLUE” is the beginning of a new chapter. Free of her complexes, Rosie Valland focuses on what is closest to her heart: “dreaming again.”
90s pop, with its killer melodies and powerful voices, undeniably influenced this new album. She tried to recreate the sounds of her childhood, which was spent listening to music in the backseat of her parents’ car. Rosie Valland is categorical on this point: “Nothing has ever surpassed the album D’eux by Céline Dion.” Hence, she took inspiration in the melodic essence of those classic songs to create the common thread of the nine tracks making up “BLUE.” As a whole, the record gives us a gentle feeling of nostalgia.