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Roses from Bones is an indie folk project created by singer-songwriter Chris Fritz and based in Tampa, FL. Book Roses from Bones for bars, cafes, charities, clubs, events, festivals, house shows, live streams, parties, venues, and weddings.


Roses from Bones is an indie-folk music project by Chris Fritz out of Florida.

He got started playing covers at open mics and on downtown sidewalks for spare change and cheap beer.


Now he writes of forces that shape humanity: virtue and vice; life and death; joy and pain.

His songs emphasize emotion and storytelling.

Some things die for beauty to bloom.

Guillotine is about growing up and facing flaws. It is Fritz's first fully solo project, recorded with one microphone under layers of blankets and foam during the last two weeks of December 2020, produced with stock plugins in Logic Pro X, and mixed on earbuds and beat up Hyundai speakers. It releases on February 5, 2021.




Hey, I'm Chris.


I'm the musician, singer, songwriter, producer, designer, manager, agent, and publicist of Roses from Bones. 


I'm an Aries, I love light beer, and I share a birthday with Robert Frost. I'm also a handyman, Zelda fan, and Shakespeare nerd.


I listen to KALEO, Twenty One Pilots, Florence + The Machine, Taylor Swift, Muse, Caravan Palace, Marty O'Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra, Kanye West, Jay Z, Jack White, Jon Bellion, Caamp, Polyphia, and so many more.



That pretty much brings us to now. As I write, it's 1:35 AM on January 1, 2021. 


I recorded and produced Guillotine in the final two weeks of December 2020. It's the first project I've done fully on my own, and it was more challenging than I expected. I tend to get bogged down fighting imperfections in my work, but to finish Guillotine, I needed to do my best and let that be enough. I'm proud to say, despite its flaws, Guillotine is my best yet. 


I worked in Logic Pro X with a software bass and Logic's motown software drummer "Benny." I built a blanket fort for a mic booth, and I accidentally recorded most of the guitar with the mic backwards. A tree scraped the window in one of my best takes, and if I isolate the vocals, I can faintly hear the neighbors in their backyard. I don't have studio monitors, so I mixed on earbuds and my beat-up Hyundai speakers.I spent two days reading everything I could about mastering and probably didn't make it worse.


But most importantly, I took a risk, and I finished it. 


Like I've said before: "What is life without a little gamblin'?"


I'm excited to share Guillotine with you, and I'm even more excited to share more songs throughout this year.

The guillotine drops on February 5.

I hope there's a crowd. 

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