Canadian and Quebec singer Eli Rose has a new single out entitled Alibi. The song is a metaphor for a love that didn’t last or is struggling- the risk of failure.
The music is Pop. It parallels the works of Billie Eilish, No Doubt and Spice Girls. The sound is catchy and bold. The composition is well-structured, rich in tonalities – the beats are smooth and rhythmic.
Great work to Banx & Ranx for the production of this song. The composer- lyricist Yannick Rastogi, Zacharie Raymond, Élise Larouche, Michael Christopher Mlakar, and Clément Langlois Légaré added incredible touches to the music.
Eli Rose’s voice is smooth and incredible. She sings with a magnificent rhythm and follows the beat with precision.
The lyrics are empowering and expressive. The symbolism is bold and vivid, such as the starlight and the match. The tune is primarily in English, with some French in the chorus. There are mixed emotions throughout the song that many can relate to when going through a failing relationship. Yannick Rastogi, Zacharie Raymond, Élise Larouche, Michael Christopher Mlakar, and Clément Langlois Légaré created an impressive freestyle writing to the song’s structure that flows naturally. The French version follows the exact arrangement, and it is impressive.
The single Alibi is available.