UP-and-coming singer Rose Redd will be stopping at YHA Ambleside as part of her tour this month.
The 20-year-old joins a number of young, unsigned musicians, including George Ezra, who are using YHAs to showcase their music to new audiences.
Last year Ezra, who recently had a top five hit with Budapest, was part of the week-long YHA Road Trip tour which put unsigned bands and singers on the road in a customised VW camper van.
Rode Redd and her band begin their tour at YHA Stratford-Upon-Avon, working their way through 10 YHA locations before finishing up at YHA Perrenporth in Cornwall.
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The flame-haired singer, who was born in Eastbourne but grew up in the West Midlands, has been songwriting since the age of 12 and was inspired to pick up a guitar by Depeche Mode's Martin Gore.
She is preparing to release her EP on August 28 and is currently producing a music video for her single her powerful new single ’Healing’ from the EP of the same name.
Her voice has been described as ‘a soulful powerhouse’ and ‘a blend of Amy Lee and Alison Moyet’.
Rose Redd will perform a free set at YHA Ambleside on August 18.