‘Piedaterres’ is the latest single from a pop-rap duo out of Adelaide, Australia who go by the name China Roses, a bright, uplifting tune that has been inspired by love and appreciation for the people in their life who believe in the artistry they’re creating.
“It’s written around the theme of surrounding yourself with people that believe in you, and encourage you to fulfil your potential. It also mentions reacting to success in a humble manner and taking the time to appreciate those who helped you get to where you are.” – China Roses
‘Piedaterres’ has a really nice balance between it’s smooth electro-pop beats, playful synth rhythms, moody undertones and Jessica Fisher’s silky vocals.
On the production side of things, Pietro Filippone was actually in Lebanon without Internet when Fisher sent over the idea for this tune Trying to work it in a way to distinguish their sound from others proved to be a challenge at first, but then fate took control and led him down the right path.
“When I got back, I tried writing some music to match the lyrics but everything I wrote didn’t seem to capture the feeling of Jess’s vocals. I wrote about three or four different songs before I came to the result we’ve released. I remember I was about five minutes into writing the piano chords for this track when I hit save on my session and accidentally overwrote the previous version I had worked on. It must’ve been a blessing in disguise because it forced me to start from scratch and finish the track.” – Pietro Filippone