Made up of an English baroque pop singer-songwriter, a Canadian filmmaking composer and one of London’s coolest teenage jazz drummers

By Frank Bell

ROWSIE [pronounced rosy], sounds like a car crash between Lou Reed, The Replacements and Dinosaur Jr, while listening to the best indie rock mixtape you made when you were seventeen…or still are…!

Made up of an English baroque pop singer-songwriter, a Canadian filmmaking composer and one of London’s coolest teenage jazz drummers, the band have just released their new Danish Queen’ EP via new Tin Pan Alley based singles club Ivy Records and it’s an exciting slab of indie rock greatness that bodes well for things to come.

In May ROWSIE are travelling to Mexico with Freddie Cowan of the Vaccines to play together as he launches his first solo project. ROWSIE also play a monthly residency at Sixty Sixty Sounds on Denmark Street as well as gigging in and around the capital. International tour for 2022 has dates already in the bag for Mexico, Canada, US and Japan.