SCOTTISH singer-songwriter Rosie H Sullivan has unveiled a new track called ‘Fragments’.

Closely following her debut EP 123° East which was released earlier this year, the new track is a tender ode to the Scottish Highlands  – set against a stunning string arrangement and sun-kissed folky soundscape.

Beautifully poetic lyrics blend seamlessly into the angelic melodies of ‘Fragments’ – marking the beginning of a stunning new era for the artist and a gorgeous addition to her ever-growing catalogue.

Co-written with Ross Hamilton, she said:“I started writing this one on the ferry from Stornoway to Ullapool after my first visit back to the island since we moved.”

“The sea was calm, and I gazed out the window of the boat, upon the blue skies and the crystal sea, the islands and rocky, heather coated rugged landscapes we passed heading into Ullapool. It pulled on my heart strings and made me realise how much this part of the world is a part of me. It is engrained in my veins and generational tapestry to an extent I cannot explain. So, I wrote. Wrote about the pull and longing I feel when I’m away for too long, and the emotions I can’t control when I am there.”

Tune in below.