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Bella Rose : Release Official Music Video for “The Wayside”

Bella RoseTexas based, Hard Rock / Pop band Bella Rose has released the Official Music Video for their debut single, “The Wayside.” Directed by Sam Link (Sleeping With Sirens, Crown The Empire, Memphis May Fire), “The Wayside” was filmed in the main downstairs ballroom and Victorian room of the historic Driskill Hotel on 6th Street in Downtown Austin.

The theme of the music video is a self reflection of falling by the wayside. With b-roll footage of famous musicians whom are apart of the notorious ’27 club’ we wanted to pick an atmosphere that complemented the irony of chasing success, yet comes with a history that can be haunting. – Bella Rose

The song itself is a bit schizophrenic. The music is meant to make the listener feel upbeat, and ‘pumped up’ if you will. However, the story behind the lyrics lends a tale of caution.Bella Rose

Patience and perfection, The Austin based Bella Rose live by these core principles, and for years have waited for the right time to debut new music aimed for the masses.

Starting as the brainchild of vocalist Zachary Scott Rutter and guitarist Kendall Davis, Bella Rose has taken many scrapes and shapes in the process of discovering their unique sound. With the addition of drummer Justin Millerand bassist Patrick Nikel, The four-piece bring a modern, yet nostalgic sound to active Pop and Rock music.

With influences ranging from the late 80’s era of Guns N Roses, to the current anthemic melodies of Fall Out Boy, Bella Rose have created a style that is genuine and true to their own.

The upcoming release of their single “The Wayside” sets the tone for 2017 and beyond, as the band firmly establishes itself for success.

You can find Bella Rose on Facebook here.

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