New Single – Tired of Losing You

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Emerging Philly rock band, Cold Roses releases its latest single, “Tired Of Losing You”, after an exclusive debut on long-running Philadelphia rock radio station 93.3 WMMR. There is already growing buzz about the band’s most recent studio output, as it demonstrates the evolution of their edgy, blues-rock sound.


Since releasing their debut album, “No Silence In The City” in late 2014, Cold Roses has been building their fan base with performances at Philly’s most prominent venues, including MilkBoy, Theater of Living Arts, Connie’s Ric Rac and Boot & Saddle. In addition to being named WMMR’s Artist of The Month in April 2015 and being featured on Jaxon’s Local Shots, they will also be performing at the annual MMRBQ Music Festival on May 16th, 2015 opening for Slash, Stone Temple Pilots, Rival Sons & more at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, NJ.

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You can also catch Cold Roses at Connie’s Ric Rac in the historic S. 9th Street Italian Market on Friday, May 22nd. Then the band heads out on its first mini-tour with stops in Asheville, NC, Richmond, VA and York, PA.


It’s rare in today’s music to find a band that embodies the swagger of rock and roll, groove of Philly-soul, heartache of the blues and folk-esque storytelling quite like Cold Roses. After years as a guitarist in Philly bands, Rob Clancy decided to step out on his own as lead singer and songwriter, and form a group to play the music he’d been envisioning for so long. A post to Craig’s List ushered in Brandon Porter on bass, and the lineup became solidified with the addition of Alex Ayala on keys and R.M Webb on drums. The modest four piece would then expand to include a horn section, featuring Rick Rein on trumpet and Tom Petraccaro on saxophone. Honing their signature sound and electrifying audiences along the east coast for the past year and a half, Cold Roses self-released their debut LP “No Silence In The City” on November 1st, 2014. Produced by Webb and Clancy, and recorded at Miner Street Recordings, the band implemented a more “traditional” recording approach by performing each song live to analog tape, emulating the energy and intimacy of their live shows. The result is an 11 song “tour de force” album that showcases the band’s versatility and “demonstrate[s] what it means to live and breathe the essence of rock and roll…this is a dirty, soulful, wickedly fun album” (ThatMag). Whoever said rock and roll was dead must have just given up.

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