After selling out their debut headline show in Dolans and landing slots at festivals such as Sea Sessions and Indiependence, the band have been tipped by The Irish Times as “one of the most promising up and coming artists of 2023.”
The band now have their eyes set on Dublin, as they look to sell out the iconic Whelans with the help of their upcoming new release Ocean Floor.
Following on from their successes and sell-out shows, the band have gained a rapidly growing fan base with over 12,500 followers across their social media platforms and have over 120,000 streams on Spotify alone.
They boast an expansive discography filled with a refreshing, exciting new sound, landing them upcoming slots in this year’s Sea Sessions and Indiependence festivals, as well as an opening slot for The Stunning and Hermitage Green earlier this year.
Their live shows are packed with energetic riffs, infectious melodies and an even bigger selection of unreleased tracks that crowds can’t get enough of. Some of their most noteworthy performances include support slots for Wild Youth, Hudson Taylor, and Chasing Abbey, as well as opening for The Clockworks throughout their tour of Ireland in 2022.
Taking inspiration from bands such as The Killers, Arctic Monkeys, Blur, The Cure and The Smiths, they each contribute equally in their songwriting process, whether it be lyrically or musically. When it comes to releasing music, The Rosecaps certainly don’t plan on stopping anytime soon, constantly looking to the next studio session.
Planning ahead, The Rosecaps aspire to record a full-length album from their substantial backlog of demos and unreleased material.