There are people who write songs for fun, and there are people who write because it’s a compulsion. Hayley Roscoe is the latter.
Like every suburban daughter, Hayley began her musical education early with after-school music lessons in jazz piano and classical voice. A 90’s kid through and through, Hayley would come home and immerse herself in pop hits and indie rock anthems. These combined musical influences enabled her to develop a unique and versatile voice as a songwriter early on.
Roscoe cut her teeth working with Toronto-based producer, Mladen Alexander (Olé); a mentorship that led to her first cut on the TV show Degrassi: The Next Generation when she was just 15 years old. Having since written with the likes of Axel Ulfsen (Norde/Universal), Ben Samama (HitVocals), and Ben Macklin, Roscoe is an experienced collaborator with a talent for vibrant lyrics and catchy melodies. She holds a Toronto Independent Music Award for her 2012 EP, Catalyst, and is an alumna of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Roscoe is currently preparing the release of her new single Texas with North London indie label, Copper Brown.