This post was last updated on April 15th, 2017
As far as the lyrics go, The Rose EP is a commentary on social and political justice issues, such as racism and protests against police brutality. By now, we are all used to CunninLynguists having a clear theme in many of their releases, and for The Rose EP, this happens to be the color red. The group‘s second EP after The WinterFire EP from 2014 gives us hope for more EPs to follow with the official website being https://www.roseazuranjano.com/ and clearly indicating two more EPs to follow based on the colors yellow and blue.
As anything coming from CunninLynguists, The Rose EP is a stunning piece of art, which, of course, has us wishing it was longer. While all three tracks are truly well-made, my personal favorite is “Red Bird” – another one of those impressive productions by Kno with painfully beautiful lyrics (“Sometimes not even a bird’s eye can see the devil’s details”).
1. Red, White & Blues
3. Red Bird
You can stream The Rose EP for free on CunninLynguist‘s Bandcamp page or decide on your own how much you’re willing to pay to support this project.