By: Staff –
Award-winning Canadian folk-pop artist Rosemary Lawton is back with her new single “Little Fires”, which can be streamed exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below.
”This song began as a feminist anthem, but then evolved into a song of empowerment for any person who feels trodden upon. It is a song for the little guy; the marginalized,” said Lawton.
Lawton has had an illustrious career on Canada’s East Coast. The decorated musician is well known within her community as a traditional and Celtic artist, champion of women’s rights, and a skilled violinist. After embarking on a Western Canadian tour, Lawton felt it was time to write and record her own original songs. A song about empowerment for the underdog, for women, and the marginalized, “Little Fires” marks Lawton’s departure from her Celtic roots and firmly places her in the folk/pop genre. Lawton will be releasing her very first album of original music in late May, following years of successful releases in the traditional/Celtic genres.
With degrees in both music education and violin, Lawton is a talented artist who is passionate about creating music, as well as preserving its history. From her hometown of St. John’s, Lawton collects, records, and performs traditional Newfoundland music.