Maria Rosenberg Is The Hottest Icon Of Sad Sinners

Lana del Rey meets Amy Winehouse in her honest sobriety confession, 'Say My Name'.


Picture an unfinished love story playing out against the backdrop of old cinema, reminiscent of Lana Del Rey's sensuality and Amy Winehouse's poignant pain. Maria Rosenberg, London's badass sultry icon, brings her own unique attitude to the forefront in her newest single ‘Say My Name,’ a haunting musical journey.



What sets Maria apart is not just her sultry vocals but also her unapologetic celebration of sobriety, a journey she fearlessly shares with her audience. ‘Say My Name’ was born during the early days of her newfound clarity, crafted in the serenity of Jimmy Page's house in Sussex. In this track, Maria candidly confronts the demons of her past and the ongoing struggles of her present, weaving a narrative that is both sensual and thought-provoking.

As Maria's deep, slow vocals take the center stage, accompanied by the captivating sounds of saxophone, 'Say My Name' becomes a sonic manifestation of those elusive 5 AM reflections on a Saturday morning or the depths of a sleepless night. The single not only embraces the euphoria of new beginnings but also unravels their darker undertones, painting a vivid sonic landscape that mirrors the complexities of life.

Maria Rosenberg invites listeners into a world where the boundaries between reality and dreams blur, echoing the surrealism of Twin Peaks. Her fearless exploration of her own battles and triumphs gives 'Say My Name' a raw authenticity that resonates with anyone navigating the twists and turns of life.

If you’re a sad sinner who believes in a painful redemption, Maria Rosenberg is your newest icon, whereas ‘Say My Name’ should blast as your bittersweet anthem.