in London before relocating to the bustling cultural epicenter that is modern day London, singer/songwriter Rosie Lowe plies her trade in eloquently expressed and entirely beautiful pop that soon caught the eye of critics and fans alike.

Signed to super producer Paul Epworth’s Wolf Tone imprint, Lowe has continued to demonstrate just how much she is capable of on ‘Woman’; a resilient and strong-willed track which touches upon the very nature of femininity and serves as an enticing precursor to her upcoming debut album.

Delivered over a foundation of immaculate piano, touching organ and elements of glitchy electronica, ‘Woman’ begins in a daringly bare manner which reflects the honesty which Lowe displays throughout in the song’s lyrics.

“Should my intellect be challenged by expectations of what I should be?” she boldly inquires, quickly making a mockery of all that misogynists and chauvinists are quick to burden the modern woman with as she makes her way in the world.

Defiant, unperturbed and triumphant, ‘Woman’ is a empowering affair which has the potential to galvanise not only the career of Lowe but uplift others that may find themselves blindsided by the trials and tribulations of life as a modern woman as they navigate their way through a treacherous world.

Lowe’s debut album Control is set for release on the 19th February via Wolf  Tone/Polydor.

Check out the track and get details of her upcoming UK tour (which features a date at Glasgow’s Broadcast) below:


18th February- Broadcast, Glasgow
19th February- Soup Kitchen, Manchester
20th February- Headrow House, Leeds
24th February-The Hope And Ruin, Brighton
25th February-  Oslo, London
26th February- Louisiana, Bristol