With two exceptional EP’s released under her new moniker Vetta Borne, Melbourne based Maribelle Añes, returns with her latest offering ‘Rose Avenue Vol .1’, out now via Soul Modern.
The EP follows on from the release of ‘Violeta’ in 2020, and ‘Emelia’ in 2021, making her one of the most prolific and exciting producer-singer-multiinstrumentalists the country has to offer.
Whilst the former EPs were a means of exploring her new identity whilst paying homage to her influential grandmothers, ‘Rose Avenue Vol. 1’ sees Vetta Borne burst right out her shell.
Sonically, the production is another jaw dropping example of Vetta Borne’s undeniable expertise as a producer having created the whole project from start to finish in her bedroom studio, displaying her multifaceted talents sampling various drums, whilst laying down her own smooth electric guitar, bass, and synth lines throughout.
Whilst lyrically, Vetta Borne displays her vulnerability as the project deep dives into the heartbreak at the end of the relationship, with each track representing the various stages of grief, and coming to terms with the personal loss of connection.
With the ‘Rose Avenue Vol. 1’ East Coast Tour of Australia announced for this November, make sure to catch Vetta Borne in the flesh for a display of one of the most charismatic and effervescent live shows seen on Australian shores. The tour kicks off on 11th November in Bondi, before heading to Sydney, Wollongong, Brisbane and Melbourne.
Hear VETTA BORNE join us on The Music Weekly to unpack the new EP: