“Delicious pop music, it's infectious and charming in all the right places.”
“A genre-defying, acerbic yet also jubilant gem of a song from an extraordinary artist.”
Gary Lightbody, Snow Patrol
ROE is 19-year-old grumpy multi-instrumentalist from Derry (Ireland), Roisin Donald. Laying down her unique brand of self-styled “Grumpy Electro-Pop”, she has been blazing a trail for young female indie artists across Ireland, UK, Europe and beyond.
With performances at The Great Escape, Reeperbahn, M for Montreal, Other Voices, Live at Leeds, Eurosonic and Primavera, as well as a debut UK tour already under her belt, ROE has been moving from strength to strength with increasing momentum. Selected as one of 21 acts from around the UK (the only Northern Irish artist) to perform on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury 2017, and with a slew of upcoming festival appearances for summer 2018, ROE is carving out her own path, on her terms.
After hitting 13 festivals in 12 counties in Ireland this summer, including Body & Soul, Indiependence and Electric Picnic, you can catch ROE throughout Germany in September with Yoke Lore and Wargirl, Twisterella Festival in Middlesbrough in October and at the NH7 festival in India in December.