Indigo Face release empowering 'A Rose Is a Rose'

Pop music in itself is self descriptive, it will always be at the forefront of music for its universal appeal, and will continue to borrow from other genres to achieve this. London-based four-piece Indigo Face soar into the spotlight, taking influence from the likes of indie, funk, EDM and synth pop for a natural indie pop crossover that is both refreshingly exciting and comfortably familiar.

Steered by a powerful message and not afraid of complex topics, A Rose Is a Rose spins an optimistic and tender narrative on the LGBTQ+ community, appreciating beauty and love in all its avenues. It's important for artists to keep this conversation going to lessen and eventually destroy the grip of these taboos on society, and they deliver this with an inimitable musical finesse - tune in now.