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Listen To House Of Lies, The New Single From Aimée Osbourne’s ARO

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne’s eldest daughter Aimée has released a new single, House Of Lies.

Aimée Osbourne has announced details of her debut album under the banner ARO, as well as releasing a new single, House Of Lies.

Ozzy and Sharon’s eldest daughter will be releasing ARO’s new LP Vacare Adamare (Latin for to be free and loved’) on October 30 via Make Records, with Aimée telling AltPress of her influences on the record: It’s interesting because I am so inspired by so many different genres. You can definitely pick up on those different influences when you’re listening to the album. I would hope it would feel pretty well-rounded and not too one-note.

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I guess you could say it’s definitely moody,” she continues. There are some upbeat, dark pop songs and ethereal, softer songs. I would hope that someone would feel like they were being taken on a well-rounded musical journey. There are really very few genres that I haven’t connected with in some way, even if it was just one song. So I tried to keep my ears fresh. I’m looking for new things and asking people whose taste I really respect.” 

ARO (whose name comes from Aimée’s initials) are completed by bassist Grecco Buratto, keyboardist Eric Scullin and drummer Brendan Buckley. 

Check out House Of Lies below:

Posted on September 21st 2020, 12:22p.m.
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