Singer-songwriter Rosie Tucker crafts her brand of indie-rock with a bit of a DIY edge in her latest single “Fault Lines.” The song is chuck-full of gently soulful vocals, twangy guitar lines, and lax drum beats. It revolves around the idea of feeling alone in the sun-soaked utopia that is Los Angeles, and how to find solace in that. For fans of Waxahatchee, Frankie Cosmos, and Alex G, you won’t want to miss this. Catch up on Rosie’s last album Lowlight and more from the indie songstress at her website.