ROE sums up her debut album in one-liners

Derry-artist ROE writes music with heart. Beautifully vulnerable and powerfully strong-willed, her tunes are full to the brim with herself, her emotions and her journey thus far.

To mark her upcoming debut release That’s When The Panic Sets In on 23rd September, we asked the artist to sum up the album in a series of one-liners. No easy task the result is touching, funny, heartbreaking and everything in-between. Give it a read.

ROE will be performing at the next In Transit showcase on 28th September in Shoreditch, pick up your tickets HERE.

New Behaviours – A big lovely welcome to the album 

I Dare you – The maddening reality of life on the road 

A Temporary Thing – For Mum

I Can Change – Insecurities PT. 1 

Scared Of Being Lonely – Insecurities PT. 2

One In A Million – Incredible vibes, the weird one of the record 

Losing Sleep – Existential and unavoidable dread 

In The End – I wish you were here, with fuzzy guitars

Kidding Yourself – Sad realisations and a lot of fireworks

Cut My Teeth – Another painfully intimate diary entry 

Alarms – My favourite song to date, recorded with my favourite people

Listen to ROE on Spotify and Apple Music.

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