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Eliza Rose Returns With Mura Masa Produced Single, 'Better Love'

2 March 2023 | 1:39 pm | Parry Tritsiniotis

Her much anticipated follow up to 'B.O.T.A' lands perfectly.

Image via Phoebe Cowley

Image via Phoebe Cowley

Eliza Rose has returned today, tapping Mura Masa for production on her newest single Better Love. The track follows up her massive track, B.O.T.A (Baddest Of Them All) with Interplanetary Criminal. 

The track is a bubbly, sunshine worthy cut of lo-fi UKG, which ones again showcases Rose's elite, catchy songwriting abilities. Her vocals are once again mesmerising, as she reflects on love and heartbreak and the power of finding independence in the face of heartbreak.

"I wanted to create something a little bit different from “B.O.T.A”. Garage was one of my first introductions into electronic music so it was really important to me to have it represented in my repertoire," she said of the release.

"I speak a lot about my British working class background, and with garage being a British genre I wanted to simultaneously shine a light of these different parts of me, using idioms and sayings like “in for a penny, out for a pound."

"I love English Literature and storytelling, and I know everyone can relate to stories of love and heartbreak so I wanted to explore both my vulnerability and modern feminine power. Ladies we can not be taken for an eediat!"

Her previous effort, B.O.T.A (Baddest Of Them All)  took the world by storm, appearing all across the world in the darkest of clubs and on the biggest of radio stations. So much so it landed at number 2 in triple j's Hottest 100 last week. The track has clocked hundreds of millions of streams and been nominated for a Brit Award. It also saw Rose be the first femme DJ to top the UK Singles Chart in over 20 years.

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You can check out the Jeanie Crystal directed music video for Better Love below.