Bella Rose vocalist Zachary Rutter comments on the song:
“‘Trouble’ is was written lyrically to make you question what the song is about. What this song means to me, and the trouble in a black dress, could be interpreted in many different ways by the listener. It’s opened ended for you to address your own temptations and vices.”
Patience and perfection, the Austin based Bella Rose live by these core principles, and for years have waited for the right time to debut new music aimed for the masses. Starting as the brainchild of vocalist Zachary Scott Rutter and guitarist Kendall Davis, Bella Rose has taken many scrapes and shapes in the process of discovering their unique sound. With the addition of drummer Justin Miller and bassist Patrick Nikel, The four-piece bring a modern, yet nostalgic sound to active Pop and Rock music.
With influences ranging from the late 80’s era of Guns N Roses, to the current anthemic melodies of Fall Out Boy, Bella Rose have created a style that is genuine and true to their own. The release of their singles “The Wayside,” “Whispers,” and now “Trouble,” have set the tone for 2017 and beyond, as the band firmly establishes itself for success.