Aro Rose has just unveiled her highly anticipated new single and music video “Tarrant.”
Aro Rose sparkles with the beauty and innocence of a fairy princess. Looking like the Illegitimate child of Marilyn Monroe and Cinderella, ARO’s songs come from a rush of passion, sadness, inspiration and destiny. Her music breathes honesty and is authenticated by mesmerizing life experiences.
“’Tarrant’ is based on the Alice in Wonderland movies. Tarrant is the real name of the Mad Hatter. The song was inspired by Tim Burton, I have been a huge Tim Burton fan for many years and always wanted to make something that emulated his work. The song is about accepting who you are. Finding power in being different. I have always loved the Mad Hatter because he isn’t afraid to be him. I feel like everybody has a little wild side to them and I want people to be able to embrace it with this song. I love writing songs through a character’s perspective. It can be through Alice’s perspective or Tarrant’s perspective. There are quotes from the Alice in wonderland book in the song. I think the song is pretty unique!” – Aro Rose
An accomplished singer, songwriter and pianist Aro Rose is making a huge splash in the world of entertainment. However, her current goal is for people to listen to her story through her music. Aro Rose shines her brightest light by living her truth. Like a diamond she doesn’t ask to shine, she just does.
Watch the “Tarrant” music video by Aro Rose here:
Stream “Tarrant” on Spotify here:
The official website for Aro Rose may be found at https://www.arorose.com
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