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Rosborough – ‘Burn Blue (acoustic version)’ available today on Ignition Records

Rosborough has released an acoustic version and performance video of ‘Burn Blue’, the incredible track that launched his career in his native Northern Ireland. 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. Radio support came from every major Irish network, and Rosborough was invited to perform at the prestigious Other Voices Festival in Dingle alongside artists including Loyle Carner and Django Django. ‘Burn Blue’ was also recently nominated as Best Single in Northern Ireland’s Music Prize 2018https://www.nimusicprize.com/.

‘Burn Blue’ (Acoustic Version) comes in the wake of Rosborough’s soaring, cinematic recent single ‘Fall To Earth’, a Track of The Fortnight in Hot Press (“sounds nothing short of world beating”) which was playlisted at Radio X. ‘Fall To Earth’ followed his UK debut single ‘Another Lesson’, which received radio support from Radio 1, Radio X and 6 Music.https://rosborough.lnk.to/FTEH

Rosborough opened 2018 with a headline Irish tour and supported Neon Waltz on their UK tour in March before performing at a plethora of prestigious festivals over the summer. Following a recent tour in support of Seafret, he will tour the UK with DMA’s in December and join Amy MacDonald on her European tour in March & April 2019.

10 Nov – The Gathering Sounds @ The Vault, Stockton On Tees
11 Nov – Hemelvaart Bier Café, Ayton, Berwickshire

On tour with DMA’s:
5 Dec – Anson Rooms, Bristol
6 Dec – Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth
8 Dec – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
9 Dec – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
10 Dec – O2 Academy, Leeds
12 Dec – O2 Academy, Leicester
13 Dec – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
15 Dec – University Union Asylum, Hull
16 Dec – O2 Academy, Sheffield
17 Dec – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

On tour with Amy MacDonald:
21 Mar – Eventim Apollo, London
22 Mar – O2 Apollo, Manchester
24 Mar – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels
25 Mar – Tivoliredenburg, Utrecht
26 Mar – Elysee Monmartre, Paris
28 Mar – Osnabruck Halle, Osnabruck
29 Mar – George-Friedrich-Handel-Halle, Halle (Salle)
31 Mar – Alter Oper, Frankfurt
1 April – Colosseum Theater, Essen
2 April – Admiralspalast, Berlin
4 April – Halle 622, Zurich
5 April – Teatro dal Verme (Indoor), Milan
7 April – Gasometer, Vienna
8 April – Circus Krone, Munich
9 April – Den Atelier, Luxembourg

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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