ROSETTA FIRE HAVE SIGNED A DEAL WITH JAMIN RECORDS!
What does this mean for Rosetta Fire?
It’s always been paramount for us to work with a label that believes in the music that we create, allowing us to keep creative control within the band and continue to be us.
In Ben Baly, Jamin Records’ CEO, we’ve met someone who wants to push us on to the next level. A level where both he and we feel we should be aiming for, and is willing to do all within his power to make Rosetta Fire a success. It’s also important to us that our supporters know that it’s still us behind the music.
Visit Jamin Records site so you can find out more about them: http://jaminrecords.com/
Please do take some time to check them out, after all we’re part of one big family now, so give them a like on Facebook, to keep up with all that is happening!
In the past there have been long gaps between each new release. With Jamin Records and its team behind us, we’ll be able to focus on doing what we do best, which is writing, recording and performing, so you’ll see a lot more from us.
Yes, but where have you been?
We know we’ve been a little shy on the gig front lately, and for that we are sorry. This is for a number reasons, but rest assured we have got people in place getting the gigs and have also been writing cracking new material. We’ll be back before you know it!
What can we do to help?
There are going to be times in the future when we call upon you all to help us make the big push, whether it be sharing content or being in a music video, but the most important thing you can do for us is… just stay awesome! You’ve been amazing so far, and we’ll make bigger strides knowing that you’re with us every step of the way!
A little late but… Happy 2018!
We want to give a massive shout out to the wonderful people at BBC Introducing in Coventry and Warwickshire for giving us lots of air time and inviting us in to do a couple of sessions in 2017.
We’re featured on Brody’s ‘Best of 2017’ show (and round 48mins in) with our live set from the summer and a short interview! Head over and give it a listen here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05qywjk
Once more, a massive thank you to both Brody and Hannah for all that you do to keep music live and alive!
As a Christmas treat to all our fans, here is our video for the full version of ‘Silent Night’ which we recorded earlier this month for Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service:
Thanks to everyone who has supported us in 2017, we have exciting plans for 2018 so keep checking back. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
So pleased that we are finally able to share this with you!
We were delighted to be asked to be a part of this project and record the video’s soundtrack, our own version of ‘Silent Night’.
The work that Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service do each year to keep our communities safe is phenomenal. It’s not just about attending fires and road traffic incidents, there is so much more to it, as this video shows.
Enjoy and share to spread the love for our firefighters!
We can finally reveal to you what we’ve been working on this last week or so!
Thanks to Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service for asking us to record their Christmas song this year. It was a pleasure to head down to One Nation Studios and put our spin on ‘Silent Night’. Here’s a behind the scenes pic from the recording session.
Keep looking out for their campaign video, featuring the song!
Check out the gigs page for more details!
The full band return to the stage with 2 x 45 minutes of earworms to hook you in plus the odd surprise cover. Free entry.
The band will be playing an acoustic set at Stratford-on-Avon’s longest running and most respected music nights. Free entry.
Address: The Patrick Kavanagh, 142 Trafalgar Road, Mosely, Birmingham, B13 8BX
Event Link here