Rose Elinor Dougall Shares New Song “Make It With You”

Plus She's Shared a Cover of Dave Cousins' "Two Weeks Last Summer" Featuring Members of TOY

Nov 28, 2018
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Rose Elinor Dougall has shared a new song, "Make It With You." She has also shared a cover of Dave Cousins' "Two Weeks Last Summer," recorded with her brother Tom Dougall of the band TOY, along with his bandmate Maxim Barron. "Make It With You" is expected to be on Dougall's next album, which is due out sometime in the spring of 2019 and will be the follow-up to 2017's acclaimed Stelluar (which was one of our Top 100 Albums of 2017). Listen to both tracks below, via Quietus (who premiered both tracks).

Dougall wrote the song in Los Angeles with Andrew Sarlo, after being impressed by his production work on two of her favorite albums of last year: Big Thief's Capacity and Nick Hakim's Green Twins

Dougall said to Quietus that "Make It With You" is "a simple love song, but set against the fear of an uncertain, turbulent future. I suppose this song is about striving to cling onto those ideas [of pursuing love], against what can feel like diminishing odds."

Dougall is also a former member of The Pipettes and Mark Ronson's band, as well as Innerspace Orchestra, a trio with Tom Furse of The Horrors and Cathy Lucas of Fanfarlo.

Read our 2017 interview with Rose Elinor Dougall on Stelluar.

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April 9th 2019
9:27am

One of my favorite songs by Rose Elinor. I was just wondering if the album is still for grabs til this year. I will be interested in getting a copy.

“I simply needed to sit at the piano and play, I needed to come back to something fundamental,” Rose says of her new material, which sees her thinking about the dubious subtleties of traversing your twenties. “There’s something soothing and strong about that instinctual association with music, with playing and singing