Róisin Marie is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Rockland County, New York. Not too long ago, she released a lovely music video for her “Stormy Weather” single, which was shot on an iPhone.

Róisin Marie – “Stormy Weather” music video

“With social distancing in full effect, I knew I was on my own to create a visual for my single ‘Stormy Weather’. In the video, I play myself and my boy Chad. We’ve had our ups and downs, but I think we really came together on this one. The entire video was shot in my bedroom and a laundromat with some minimal help from my siblings. I always try and keep a green screen and lighting on hand for personal reasons, so luckily I was fully prepared. I edited the whole thing in Final Cut. Chad and I are really proud of the way it came out.” – Róisin Marie stated via Clout

‘Stormy Weather’ contains a relevant narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and rich harmonies. Also, the likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation scented with an alternative-R&B aroma. Furthermore, “Stormy Weather” serves as another statement of intent from a charismatic newcomer who is projected to have a productive 2020. 

Róisin Marie

Róisin Marie photo

“Sometimes you don’t really like the person you’re dating. But staying in a failing relationship is sometimes more comfortable than losing everything that comes with it. So ‘Stormy Weather’ goes on and on about how much I wished the person I was with could somehow stop ruining the good parts of our relationship.” – Róisin Marie

Róisin Marie got her start writing and performing her own songs while attending Binghamton University. While there, she collaborated with other writers and producers. Not too long ago, she signed to SMG ENT and is currently working on a project with RocNation producer, Anwar Sawyer.

“Stormy Weather” follows hot on the heels of Marie’s debut single, entitled, “Fade Away”.

Róisin Marie – “Fade Away” music video

“I hated school—what I was studying, the partying, and all the expectations. I had just told one of my closest friends what I was feeling and that I wanted to pursue music instead. They told me I seemed ‘spirally’. Which, yeah sure. So I went back to my dorm, picked up my ukulele, and sat on my bed and wrote the song. Months later my producer and I recreated it together.” – Róisin Marie

Róisin Marie - “Stormy Weather” cover

“Every time you speak I keep on feeling bad vibes. I’m tryna hear the ocean, not your insistent whines. Your words are just like acid pouring down from the sky. It’s cool until you melt my mind into some new slime. Ya, I like the way the ocean seems to drown out your whines. The way the sunset blocks out how you take up my time. Do you know how it feels when you burning your tongue?  That’s just how it feels when we try to have fun.” – lyrics

We recommend adding Róisin Marie’s “Stormy Weather” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.


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Zangba Thomson is an award-winning Liberian-American author, music insider, journalist, screenwriter, recording artist, and Editor-in-Chief at Long Island-based Bong Mines Entertainment. His creative works have been seen on or talked about in major media outlets such as FOX 5, NBC, Today, Fox & Friends, Kathy Lee & Hoda, ABC, and Essence Magazine to name a few. Not too long ago, he received a "Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition" from Congressman Charles B. Rangel for his literary achievements, commitment to strengthening our Nation, and making a difference through volunteering service in urban communities. Download Thomson's latest science-fiction novel, entitled, "Three Black Boys: The Hotep Brother Manuscript" (volume 2), the action-packed sequel to the award-winning, "Three Black Boys: Tomorrow After Supper" (volume 1). Furthermore, Kindle users can download "Three Black Boys: 2 book series" via Amazon.com.

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