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Album Review

After their second album, Prevention, was released in 2009, Glaswegian folk-rockers De Rosa decided to part ways. However, their cult following continued to grow, eventually warranting their return in 2012. Upon their re-formation, they instantly began working on new material, resulting in their third studio album, Weem. Leading up to their hiatus De Rosa had five members; for the new record they have reverted to the original three, paring back their sound and approach for their most concise record to date.


Formed: 2000 in Lanarkshire, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Originally a five-piece group, when De Rosa broke up in 2003, three years after their inception, vocalist Martin John Henry decided to re-form the group instead of ending things completely, bringing on brothers Neil Woodside (on drums) and James Woodside (on bass, melodica, and mandolin). After a year spent working in the studio, De Rosa's debut album, Mend, was released on Chemikal Underground, and later that year guitarist Chris Connick, who had played on much of the record, as well as having toured...
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