Their overnight success prompted local radio play, and appropriately earned spins on local radio in the UK. Frontman Ian Ford, guitarists Michael Stubbs and Chris Harding, and drummer Aaron Cunningham increased strides to match their exponential rate of success fueled by professional performances that made them resemble a major touring act more than the hometown heroes they were.
Shortly after a debut performance at the Bunbury Music Festival, ROOM FOR ZERO hosted an acclaimed underground indie release party, sealing off a summer that destined the band for major attention. Performing alongside acts like Florence + the Machine, Maps and Atlases, LANY, and Of Monsters and Men; ROOM FOR ZERO's captivating performances, and unique American Brit Rock, earned them the title of "emerging artist to watch".
Their highly anticipated EP, "You Used To Say I'm The Only One", with the foreboding, yet driving single "Death Of Cold", features a riveting collection of tracks. With it comes the promise of a major 2019 release.