Rosa Nutty is a Dublin-based song-writer whose debut EP, Bunny, signalled her emergence on the Irish music scene. The aim of her music is to capture a sense of shared human experience. Nutty’s unique alt-pop sound blends inventive vocal harmonies with lyrics that shine a light on everyday life. The result is simple, atmospheric and sincere.  Nutty has appeared on RTE Radio 1’s Arena and Newstalk's The Green Room, played at festivals such as Castlepalooza, KnockanStockan, Sounds from a Safe Harbour, the Other Voices Music Trail and Hard Working Class Hereos.  More show highlights include performing at Sofar Dublin, the Café Rosenberg in Reykjavik, Iceland, and Subtierra Sounds in Shoreditch, London, as well as appearing as an interviewee at Tony Clayton-Lea’s Culture Vultures. In June 2017 Nutty released her second EP, Pips; a striking progression for the artist which unveiled a more mature, established sound and a clear sense of self. 

Rosa is currently writing material for her debut album, which she hopes to release in 2019.


“Rosa Nutty is a grafter aiming to negotiate the crossover from niche to higher profile without compromising her song craft. Her debut EP, Bunny, and last year’s single release Sea Salt – not discounting her appearances at Castlepalooza and the Other Voices Music Trail – highlighted the songwriter’s knack for atmospheric pop/folk that doesn’t take the usual routes… Expect music smarts in abundance from a songwriter who we warrant will be playing larger venues within a year” 
- Tony Clayton-Lea, The Ticket