Anna Rossinelli’s new album Marylou hits the No.1 spot in the Swiss album charts.
Marylou’s fourteen tracks were written entirely by Anna and her two bandmates, guitarist Manuel Meisel and bassist, George Dillier, who is also the singer’s boyfriend. The album asks what it means to be a sophisticated, independent woman in a man’s world and as such, it showcases a variety of sounds from synthesised pop described by the band as ‘bioelectronics’, to the blues and to French music of the 60s.
While working on Marylou we had the time we needed to face up to our music in a stronger way and to write our own songs. As a result the album became much more personal, Anna said of her experience putting together the album.
You can watch the video for lead single, Let it go, here –
Anna Rosseinelli represented Switzerland at the Eurvision Song Contest 2011 in Düsseldorf. Her song, In love for a while, came in 25th, and last, place in the final. She was the first Swiss performer to reach the grand finals of the competition since 2006, when six4one finished in 17th position.
Later that same year, Anna Rossinelli released her debut album, Bon Voyage. It got to number ten in the Swiss album charts.
She will perform on 10 August as part of the Radio Zurich festival.
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