‘This is just a game’: Rose Gold stars react to Knockout Roses ‘I can’t believe it’
Rose Gold’s new record is out now on Rose Gold Records, and while it doesn’t have the same level of popularity as the first album, it is definitely a hit.
“Knockout Roses’ I can’t see any other record that’s been so widely played on a daily basis, it’s been played for hours,” Rose Gold vocalist Amanda Rose said in an interview with MTV News.
“It’s one of the most popular records in the history of music.
We got a lot of support and it’s really helped us in this process.”
Rose Gold is also known for releasing a collaboration with the band, but Rose Gold had some harsh words for the band.
“There’s no reason for them to do it.
We’re doing it because we love it, but I don’t think we should be doing it,” Rose said.
“You know what, we’re not the only ones doing it, we don’t have a monopoly on it.
I think that’s the beauty of it.
It’s a good thing for us.
But I don.
And it’s not for everybody.”
Rose and her bandmates have been promoting their upcoming new record on Twitter, and the group was in the studio recently recording a new song.
“We’ve been working with some really talented musicians.
We were recording this new song with some of our favorite producers,” Rose explained.
“So it’s a little bit of a collaboration.
I don, but we’re excited about it and I think people are.”
The record is set to be released on May 15.
The group also announced a new tour.
Rose Gold will be performing at SXSW in Austin, Texas on May 16.
The band also announced an additional tour that will be taking place in late May, and it will feature appearances by Guns N’ Roses, Guns N Roses’ Eddie Vedder and Guns N Rollers.
The tour will also feature appearances from Guns N Roles, Korn, Alice Cooper, the Killers, Foo Fighters, Kaleo, and many others.