Rosie Bans

Rosie Bans


My name is Rosie Bans and I am a Scottish singer songwriter living in London. I write and perform a soulful blend of jazz-tinged alternative pop. If you like rhythmic, melody fueled songs then you will like my music.


Born in Glasgow to a Scottish mother and a Scottish/Indian father, Rosie was encouraged in music from an early age. Based in London since 2010, her relentless gig schedule has taken her around the country, each show characterised by her tireless energy and infectious enthusiasm.

Drawing inspiration from the vocal talents of Gloria Gaynor and Stevie Nicks, and from the songwriting skills of Imogen Heap and Tori Amos, Rosie's music is at once intelligent and accessible. Rich with instantly memorable choruses and rhythmic piano grooves which belie a subtle compositional complexity seldom found in pop music, it is easy to understand why her writing has such wide ranging appeal.

Autumn 2011 saw Rosie take to the road with fellow singer songwriter Erin Todd on the Killer Heels UK tour, bringing her music to new audiences in major cities around England, Scotland and Wales. The response to these concerts was overwhelmingly positive, and a more extensive tour is already in the pipeline for 2012.

Rosie has recorded 3 E.P.s to date, receiving airplay on local radio and being featured on the in-house playlist of Scottish coffee house chain Beanscene.


"Pictures" E.P. - 2010

Set List

Foreign to Me
Make Believe
Family Man
His Guitar
Bold Light
Would You Stay
Givin' my All