Following their first independently released EP, ‘Eighteen’, their debut single, ‘Against the Odds / I’ll Make You Feel So Alive’, recorded and produced with renowned producer and engineer George Shilling (Primal Scream, Bernard Butler, Teenage Fanclub, Paul Weller), and their follow-up ‘All Her Words‘ digital EP in 2015, Rosetta Fire continue to take their eclectic sound to new fans in 2017 with the release of their brand new EP ‘On The Line’, featuring the single ‘Mr Telephone’.
All four EP tracks, including the single, were once again recorded and produced with George Shilling at Bank Cottage Studios in Great Wolford, Warwickshire, with a promo video for lead single Mr Telephone directed by Andrew Scott-Marshall (Placebo, Skunk Anansie).
Ant Gliddon (vocals) and Jimmy Lapworth (guitar, vocals) have played together as Rosetta Fire since 2009, with a full band line up of Emily Knight (bass), Matt Ball (keys/guitar) and Andy Wheeler (drums).
The band continue to receive airplay and endorsement from BBC Introducing in Coventry & Warwickshire, having been BBC Introducing ‘Band of the Month’ for the region and playing the BBC Introducing stage at Wychwood Festival in Cheltenham.
In November 2016, Rosetta Fire were the only band invited to play at TedX in Leamington Spa, part of a global network of events aimed at spreading good ideas through talks and performances (you can watch their performance here).
Their first full band appearance of 2017 was at Leamington Peace Festival, where they performed Mr Telephone and other forthcoming EP tracks to a crowd that got on its feet to dance on one of the hottest days of the year.
Rosetta Fire will continue to showcase their unique brand of pop melodies, jazz inspired hooks, funk rhythms and folk rock vibes in venues around the UK in 2017, playing newly composed material in their live shows and honing their signature sound.
Their blend of tight harmonies, strong melodies and memorable lyrics with an added pinch of optimism are trademark Rosetta Fire, with each new song showing a flash of creative brilliance from a band with an unorthodox sound.