Manchester indie-soul band The Redroom released ‘The Woman From Nowhere’.
After moving to Manchester, new opportunities and inspiration found The Redroom. ‘The Women From Nowhere’ showcases the band’s new direction in sound and songwriting.
Lead singer and lyricist Jess Lewis-Ward shares the following about ‘The Women From Nowhere’:
“‘The Woman From Nowhere’ is a story based on a short real-life encounter. It’s a complex take on a simple interaction. A passing conversation with an interesting woman at a music festival, led to a burst of inspiration that I had to see through.
The song itself encapsulates the way in which my mind works, where I’ll often create whole worlds and stories for strangers that I meet or observe along the way. I think TWFN accurately captures the variety of musical influences (from Louise Verneuil to America) that guide our songwriting.”
Check out The Redroom at their upcoming shows:
Coastella Festival, North Shields, Saturday 1st July
West Ben Fest, Morpeth, Sunday 6th August
Leeds Festival, August 25th - 27th
Hardwick Festival, Mainstage, Co. Durham, Friday 1st September
Deaf Institute (Headline show), Manchester, Sat 30th September