Rosborough release debut single ‘Another Lesson’

‘Another Lesson’ is the stunning debut single from Rosborough, available now on Ignition Records and impacting on March 30th.

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Loaded with alternative grit but lifted by soaring, cinematic soundscapes, Glenn Rosborough has been creating a stir since he released the single ‘Burn Blue’ in his native Ireland last October. Awarded Single Of The Fortnight by Hot Press magazine, ‘Burn Blue’ was described as “Jawdropping” by Daily Mirror (Ulster), who voted it their No.1 track of 2017 as did Ulster music website Chordblossom. Radio support came from every major Irish network, with ‘Burn Blue’ playlisted at RTE Radio One, 2fm Rising and Today FM, and Rosborough performed live sessions for Today FM, BBC Radio Foyle and BBC Radio Ulster. Last December Rosborough was invited to perform at the prestigious Other Voices Festival in Dingle alongside artists including Loyle Carner and Django Django.

‘Another Lesson’ shares ‘Burn Blue’s multi-instrumental grace and is the perfect track to launch Derry-born Rosborough to a wider audience.

“It was a house party, we’d been up all night and everybody fell out with each other about something that no one remembers,” he recalls of the song’s inspiration. “It’s about that human capability of having control then losing control. Life’s about choices. You can make excuses or take responsibility for how you interact with the world. Not allowing yourself to get sucked into negativity in life is the best thing you can do.”

Following support tours in 2017 with DMAs, Mew and Seafret, Rosborough opened 2018 with a headline Irish tour and will support Neon Waltz on their UK tour throughout February and March, including a show at London’s Omeara on Feb 28th. He has also been confirmed for Sound City Festival in Liverpool in May, and Festival No.6, Kendal Calling and Y Not Festivals over the summer. Further festival appearances to be announced shortly.

Rosborough UK tour dates (supporting Neon Waltz)

FEB 18 Newcastle, The Think Tank
FEB 19 Leeds, Headrow House
FEB 20 Nottingham, Rock City, The Basement
FEB 21 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
FEB 22 St. Albans, The Horn
FEB 23 Bristol, The Louisiana
FEB 25 Southampton, Heartbreakers
FEB 27 Brighton, Prince Albert
FEB 28 London, Omeara
MAR 1 Manchester, Soup Kitchen
MAR 2 Stockton On Tees, KU Bar, Shine Like Stars

Festival dates:
MAY 5 Sound City, Liverpool
JULY 26/29 Kendal Calling Festival, Cumbria
JULY 26/29 Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
SEPT 6/9 Festival No.6, Portmeirion, Wales

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