Vampire" featured on Kitsuné's first-ever Kitsuné America compilation (released in 2012), as well as collaborating with Chordashian on their 2014 single "Questions", New York City-based electro-pop duo Frances Rose, comprised of sisters Sarah Frances and Michelle Rose Cagianese make their welcome return with their first new single of 2016 called "Dangerous", which was produced by Noise Club (B.Miles, Jess Nolan & Joni Fatora) and co-written in collaboration with Noise Club, TylerXCordy and Matthew Doyle. The track also serves as the first taste of the sisters' forthcoming debut EP titled Dreams Come True, due out later this year.
Speaking with Bullet, who premiered the single earlier this week, Frances Rose explains:
"This song is about night swims in the summer, hopping fences, running away from the cops. It’s getting drunk on roof tops and making out. 'Dangerous' celebrates having a good time and feeling free. 'Dangerous' represents someone who wants a little danger in their life to make it feel right." -- Sarah Frances
"The story behind 'Dangerous' is the feeling of getting involved with someone even though you know it’s risky. It’s about that gut instinct of wanting to be with someone who crosses boundaries - empowered females falling for a dangerous fuck boy." -- Michelle Rose
Listen to "Dangerous" below.