las Rosas are three shed November leaves, floating and bobbing on the surface of a languid stream, drifting closer to the muddy banks, then climbing out of the water, walking along the road on their little brown stems, piling into their sea-foam-green van, driving away, and releasing two EP’s, plus a full length album in the mild spring of 2017. They’re the little leafs you see driving around the USA, Europe, and the beach, playing rock shows, with their little guitars and drums. No autumn leaf, if you bothered to check, is ever truly still.
Christopher (the birch leaf) plays the drums, even with a broken hand, when he needs to. Jose A is the red leaf of a Japanese maple and not a picky eater, except during dessert. He plays bass and shares a first name with singer Jose B, who incorporates lead guitar-playing with mixed results– he is the needle of a long-leaf pine.