Purson (Since 2011)
| Rosalie Cunningham|
| 25 April 1990 (age 25) (1990-04-25) |
The Last Shadow Puppets
The Circle and the Blue Door
Samuel Shove, George Hudson
Rosalie Cunningham (born 25 April 1990) is an English singer-songwriter. After the split of the band Ipso Facto, Cunningham started a new project named Purson.
Cunningham was born in Southend-on-Sea, and started her first commercial band Ipso Facto in 2007, releasing the singles "Harmonise" / "Balderdash" (Disc Error) in October 2007, "Ears And Eyes" (PureGroove) in August 2008, "Six And Three Quarters" / "Circle Of Fifths" Mute Records in October 2008. These were followed by IF... a Vinyl Junkie release in February 2009. All their songs were written by Cunningham.
Ipso Facto broke up midway through 2009. Since that time, Cunningham has been touring, composing and recording material with Purson.
Cunningham has also been working with other bands such as Magazine and The Last Shadow Puppets (though referred to as Rosie Cunningham) as a backing vocalist, appearing on stage with them on their recent tours, at the BBC Electric Proms and on Later... with Jools Holland. She also played keyboards from January to May 2010 with These New Puritans on their tours of the album, Hidden.
In 2012, Cunningham played guitar with Willy Moon, as the support act for Jack White's UK tour. She also contributed back vocals to Cathedral's final album, The Last Spire, which was released in 2013.
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