Belle Roscoe is disruptive and doesn’t follow the traditional music industry rules. They are highly political in the rock n roll sense (as opposed to PC), prefer to ask for forgiveness than permission, and release music at their own pleasure. Bell Roscoe's latest EP reflects that they are ready to leave their mark.
Just one listen and you’re inspired by the musicianship, the songwriting, and those unmistakable soaring sibling harmonies. For a journalist or critic, it’s the kind of album you want to discover and be the first to write about, knowing full well that most readers just won’t get it, but for those of you who do…
Matty & Jules caught the attention of Jason Isbell’s manager who put them in a studio with members of the 400 Unit and the Alabama Shakes. The duo also recorded in Nashville at The Bomb Shelter with Grammy award winner Matt Ross-Spang, a career- defining moment.
Laced in 70s Californian underground tones, each song has an epic and soaring quality that was carefully and unapologetically crafted by the duo in their London studio. The band wanted to make music that would captivate their audience's attention far longer than an Instagram story. Bell Roscoe makes music you would listen to on an adventure, or at the very least make you want to go on one.