Frozen Coke by Lily Rose

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Published on September 12th, 2021 | by Bianca Nilsson


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Frozen Coke by Lily Rose

Lily Rose is a singer songwriter raised in Adelaide. Playful, yet melodic, her music reflects influences of rock, indie and punk genres. She writes rhythm and plays guitar for her indie rock tunes, alongside her band mates Billy Burns, Lachie Carpenter and Zayd Blakers.

Lily’s influences were derived by Aussie bands such as Hockey Dad, Spacey Jane and Frenzal Rhomb.

Lily Rose’s first step into the Adelaide music scene was her debut show at Northern Sound System. She opened for notable local bands such as Seabass and Tiles, this gig showed Lily her love of performing live and encouraged her to pursue this interest. She then followed in organising her own events at venues such as The Hotel Metro, The Jade, Lion Arts Factory and Crown & Anchor alongside bands such as Mums Favourite, Lola and Looch, selling out each show to maximum capacity.



Frozen Coke is about struggle and triumph and being alone, but not in a bad way. In Frozen Coke Lily Rose reminisces the insecurity’s and anxieties that come with being a teenager. 

“In the chorus I use a metaphor of the dream catcher ‘blow my bad dreams away’ to show how you can push through anxieties and mental health struggles”– Lily Rose

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