Biography

From London, Islington, Rose Pryce is an accomplished singer/songwriter who has worked within the industry for many years.

Her musical talent was apparent from a young age and she became inspired by an eclectic mix of music from punk to Pink Floyd.

Initially fronting bands, her roots began in indie pop alongside such bands as Republica and Garbage. Her musical interest began to lean more towards the chillout dance scene, and after brief plans to replace the vocalist in the Sneaker Pimps she became a solo artist, writing and recording tracks with various dj's and producers. Under MCM management, she made an album with producer Jake Gosling who also produced Ed Sheeran and Paloma Faith.

Making records as a session singer has also contributed to her experience and musical diversity. She features on Tom Eno's album 'Barnstormer' released on the Jack to Phono label and has worked on film soundtrack projects with legendary producer Marius De Vries who produced the 'Moulin Rouge' soundtrack and Madonna's 'Ray of Light' album.

She occasionally turns her hand to acting, with walk-on parts in commercials and television productions such as the BBC3 comedy 'Dead Boss' as a member of the prison choir, performing with Caroline Quentin.

Her love of comedy led her to write and perform jingles for comedian Richard Herring and radio presenter Andrew Collins which were played regularly on their BBC6 Music's Saturday morning 'Collins and Herring' show.

Her latest project 'Tenderlight' with fellow singer/songwriter Kareem Khodeir takes her back to her roots and to explore the simplicity of stripped back acoustic tracks. Her delicate harmonies blending beautifully with the silky tones and haunting melodies that he provides.

They are currently writing their debut album, preceeded by an EP to be released in October 2015.