Rosie grew up surrounded by traditional singing in West Sussex and it’s a love that has continued to grow throughout her life. With a voice that brings “a ruby-richness to lyrics new and old" (Folk Radio UK), it’s no surprise that she has been a finalist for the BBC Young Folk Award. After a successful EP and the eponymous album from Cross harbour, she recorded her debut album Rise Aurora to critical acclaim, producing what fRoots called “audible magic”. With The Wilderness Yet, she tours the UK, writing and collating songs about the natural world which are arranged as both beautiful instrumentals and in three-part harmony. She now leads ‘Forge and Fledge Voices’ as part of Soundpost in Sheffield and is passionate about encouraging everyone to enjoy their voice and the ever-growing cultural heritage of the British Isles. Rosie’s own songs are heavily influenced by the English tradition and her love of literature and the environment.