Leah Lane from Rosegarden Funeral Party

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Rising from the inferno of heartbreak with a determination towards gentility, humility, graciousness, and kindness, Rosegarden Funeral Party takes influence from life’s tragedies and spins chaos into beauty. Leah Lane fronts the band with a voice like that of the lovechild between Morrissey and Siouxsie Sioux and her guitar playing has been compared to that of Daniel Ash. Wil Farrier’s bass playing takes obvious inspiration from Peter Hook. Synths trapped in the loving arms of the 1980’s. With rhythmic percussion and drums inspired by dark dance floors by Dylan Stamas, Rosegarden Funeral Party prove to be the second-coming of traditional goth. The album “Martyr” of Rosegarden Funeral Party was released in November 2019.

Mini EP “A Call And A Response” a solo project from Leah Lane of Rosegarden Funeral Party is out now. More music here.

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