Belle Roscoe performed in over 169 festivals and clubs throughout Europe, America, UK and performed onstage with some of the best Cuban musicians in Havana in January 2017.
They were the first Australian band to close the Cannes Film Festival Cinema de la Plage stage, and have performed for crowds of 45,000.
With their new wave indie folk/rock sound this independent and international band; hailing from Melbourne Australia has been building a solid underground buzz worldwide over the past 2 years.
Led by siblings Matty & Julia Gurry, Belle Roscoe has collaborated with globally renowned musicians including DJ producer Luuk Cox (Shameboy, Girls in Hawaii, Stromae, & MLCD), legendary US producer Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, The Shins, Father John Misty) & revered mastering engineer Greg Calbi (Alabama Shakes, Bon Iver, Tame Impala, The National, David Bowie, Lay Gaga).
After intensive touring worldwide, Belle Roscoe is now based in the UK currently writing the third album. This album is set to be recorded between London, Europe and the USA and will be released late 2018.
"It’s rare that every song on an album is single material, but Belle Roscoe have come pretty damn close.” Daniel Cribb, The Music
“Brother-Sister duo, Matty and Jules radiate a unique and mesmerising chemistry, clearly the product of a lifetimes worth of shared experiences. Both siblings’ possess extraordinary vocals and sure know how to work a crowd. Multi-talented musicians, with a wealth of great material they’re one of the most captivating acts I’ve seen in 2015.” Tours & Times, Belle Roscoe @ The Troubadour.
"The album wastes no time in introducing listeners to their fresh new sounds... Belle Roscoe is clearly influenced by a range of musical genres for this album. The upbeat, soul-and-grunge vibe makes for easy listening, and has left me wanting more from this interesting band." Matilda Mornane, AU Review
“Like Fleetwood Mac without the infighting, or Midlake without the indie hype, this Melbourne band know the value of a well-placed harmony and a cantering tune. A bit folky, a bit country, a bit slick pop, this is easy listening without being queasy listening.” * * * * Barry Divola, WHO Magazine