Northern Ireland-based singer-songwriter Rosborough has just unveuled a live acoustic performance of his stunning single Fall To Earth, out now via Ignition Records. I am in love with those vocals: super soulful and the raspiness shows the raw emotion of the lyrics. I've got to say that I actually prefer this acoustic version to the studio one, thought it's still a stunner. Watch this beautiful version below!

Speaking about the song Rosborough said,
Fall To Earth is a song about finding yourself in conflict. Figuratively and literally. A conflict which, had you the choice or wherewithal to realise its formation, you would never consciously let yourself engage in. But you are there, even though you can see its ridiculousness and the manipulation and misinformation that got you to this point.
The music video for the studio version was directed and produced by Paul Martin Brown. Explaining the concept behind it Rosborough said,
The TV screen is to represent the imagery we get pumped everyday through all media sources. The shady stories, bad science and opinions we get fed as facts, and conspiracies. How truth is almost a concept, that's played with to either attract or distract.

Rosborough opened 2018 with a headline Irish tour and supported Neon Waltz on their UK tour in March before performing at a plethora of prestigious festivals over the summer. Rosborough has recently been announced to join Seafret on their UK tour this September and DMA’s in December.


On tour with Seafret:

20 Sept - Phase One at Jacaranda Records, Liverpool
21 Sept - Hebden Bridge Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
22 Sept - Hemelvaart Bier Café, Ayton
27 Sept - Omeara, London
28 Sept - The Cookie, Leicester

On tour with DMA’s

5 Dec - Anson Rooms, Bristol
6 Dec - Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth
8 Dec - Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
9 Dec - Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
10 Dec - O2 Academy, Leeds
12 Dec - O2 Academy, Leicester
13 Dec - O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
15 Dec - University Union Asylum, Hull
16 Dec - O2 Academy, Sheffield
17 Dec - O2 Forum Kentish Town, London