Melbourne-based singer/songwriter and guitarist Gena Rose Bruce has shared a new track called ‘Rearview’ alongside its Alex Bedham fever dream-like music video. The gentle yet vibrant effort sparks utter beauty and palpable sincerity. It’s the latest single off her debut LP Can’t Make You Love Me, out June 28th via Dot Dash Records.

On ‘Rearview’, Bruce exposes youthfulness, but with the agony and sorrow of heartache to boot. The track is vocally driven by her emotive lilt while paddling through sonic waves of earnest arrangements and deeply contemplative storytelling. Near its final stages, the song blooms like spring flowers—producing hues and warmth to fully experience. With ‘Rearview’ it’s clear that Bruce has her sights set on comforting heavy hearts, disoriented minds, and lost souls. She reminds us life may have many stops in the land of pain, but the discovery of beauty along the way certainly keeps us balanced.

Bruce explains this about ‘Rearview,’ “This song is a conversation I could never have with this person, it’s about accepting failed love. I was angry at the time but I didn’t have the energy to stay angry or feel sorry for myself. We wanted to create a Twin Peaks vibe for this video, weird and dreamy. The video starts with me hopping into this driverless car, followed by a journey of eerie forest landscapes where I’m confronted by unexpected guests.”

Earlier in the year, Bruce released the single ‘Angel Face’ while sharing singles ‘Coming Down’ and ‘The Way You Make Love’ independently last year. All three tracks will be included on her debut LP Can’t Make You Love Me.

‘Rearview’ is out now. Preorder for Can’t Make You Love Me here.

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