Singer-songwriter Reneé Dominique and producer trio Bloome came together to release a new single, "The Rose," on October 16.
Ther song is a catchy electro-pop ditty with a tropical house feel, telling the story of a man who tries to treat his woman right but somehow always manages to mess up.
The song first came to Bloome "out of nowhere" as their plane took off for a writing trip in Finland.
"Our demo somehow reached singer/songwriter sensation Reneé Dominique who was instantly in love with the song. She rewrote some parts and it all came together," they said.
"'The Rose' shows a grown, feisty, and interesting side of me while roses itself stand for a girl's delicate beauty," Reneé explained. "They come in a variety of colors—like how women come in all kinds, shapes and sizes."
Reneé rose to fame doing covers on YouTube, where she now counts 1.3 million subscribers and more than 210 million streams. Her last single, "Could I Love You Any More" was a collaboration with multi-awarded singer-songwriter Jason Mraz.
Bloome is a new artist project by multi-platinum songwriter and producer Radboud Miedema, and musicians Twan Ray and Jarin Lourens. The trio has since written and produced singles for artists such as Lost Frequencies, Alle Farben, Sam Feldt, Lucas & Steve, Austin Mahone, Lucas Estrada, Janieck and Laidback Luke.
Listen to "The Rose" here: