From the moment they walked onto the stage during the X Factor with Gary Barlow as their mentor, the world has been waiting to hear the song that defines who Rough Copy really are.
Over the course of the last 3 years, the boys have been on an emotional roller coaster ride, which has seen many highs and lows. Now back in the studio, their experiences of the last 3 years, coupled with their love and passion of music, has been the inspiration for what is to come going forward.
During a recent visit to Sterling’s house, the boys were chilling out enjoying some good food and Sterling was song-writing. Sterling asked Kaz and Joey to listen to what he had written, which prompted a jamming session in which they recorded all of the vocals you hear on the new track.
Recorded entirely in Sterling’s bedroom and mixed at Big Jam Studios in Kent by Lee Rose and Kevin Thorpe, the brand new EP, ‘UK’, is a ‘feel good’ anthem track that embodies the real spirit and energy of the group. The rhythmic guitar licks and soulful bass-line creates a perfect bed for the vocal unity of Sterling, Joey and Kaz. Those undeniable R’n’B tones are still clear to be heard on a track that will sit as comfortably on a mainstream playlist as it would on the dance floor of any club.
The EP which is available to preorder from Wednesday the 5th October, also features remixes from renowned remixers and producers Soul Seekerz and Jochen Simms, and KC Thorpe and is set to take the dance floor by storm.
Still managed by Dysfunktional Music and now signed to the Independent label DeeVu Records, Rough Copy have found a place they can call home; a place where, for the first time they feel they are able to create the music that means the most to them. Now working with a team that is willing to take the time, and has the resources and experience to create a platform from which they can really shine, the boys are both excited and confident about their future.
Talking about their new EP which will be on general release from the 4th November, they said: “We felt it was time for us to give the world something from the heart, something fun, something funky fresh!! We hope you all love it”.
The Rough Copy journey so far reads like their name, an unfinished journey that has taken them across the world and back. Feeling confident and full of exuberance, it seems Rough copy are ready to unleash a musical storm.
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