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Rosie Tucker's "Ambrosia" is a candid, bittersweet slice of life, Bootleg Theater residency in November

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Rosie Tucker's "Ambrosia" is a candid, bittersweet slice of life, Bootleg Theater residency in November

Stepping into any of Rosie Tucker's songs is always an experience. It's like going inside the singer-songwriter's internal monologue and watching the events, usually anxiety-ridden, unfold right before your eyes. "Ambrosia," her latest single, is a bit messy in its message—she worries about getting older, listens to John Coltrane, and stares at her fruit salad—all while she waits for her object of affection's text reply. It's funny to hear her open up with such candor, but also bittersweet, an open admission that amplifies an otherwise patient guitar strum. 

"Ambrosia" follows Tucker's debut full-length Never Not Never Not Never Not. The stand-alone single comes on the heels of her West Coast tour supporting Soccer Mommy, which precedes her upcoming month-long residency at Bootleg Theater in November. - Juan Rodríguez

Published: September 30, 2019 |

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