“How good is that!?” Jack Rafferty, BBC Radio Leicester
“They are one of my favourite bands full stop.” Dean Jackson, BBC Radio Nottingham
For most, 2020 will be a year filled with uncertainty, delay and setbacks. For Demons Of Ruby Mae, it will be a year marked by resilience and relentlessness. At a time when doing anything seems destined to be delayed, the Manchester based duo have been unstoppable. Having already released 5 singles in as many months, including the anthemic ‘This Is Your Time’ and ‘Live For Today’ they are back with their brand new single ‘Come Home’. A vast and epic soundscape driven by a chorus of uplifting lyrics. In their own words “it’s about remembering your roots no matter the experience, and that you shouldn't always run from your problems as they will find you eventually".
This time last year they were headlining the prestigious BBC Introducing Festival at De Montfort Hall in their birth town Leicester. Since and during this year of setbacks, they have found new fans from all corners including BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio Wales, Manchester, Leicester, Nottingham, East Midlands, Scotland and Amazing Radio. Now, on the eve of the launch of their new single, they join BBC Wales DJ Janice Long for a SPECIAL LIVE SESSION just as they are being announced as Bose’s #DiscoveredAtHome competition winners.