Rosie’s collaborative split single with Sufjan Stevens (Hit & Run Vol 1) is now available on iTunesAmazon Mp3, and just about every digital store you can think of – as well as those you can’t think of, or have not yet been created…  Like right NOW!!

Hit & Run Vol 1 was initially released as a split 7″ single for Record Store Day, and the copies went very fast.  A manufacturing goof resulted in extra copies now showing up, so if you missed your chance at grabbing this collectors item – you can now get them from RosieAsthmatic Kitty, or Undertow

Rosie on the TV

You can catch Rosie’s music in the new season of Switched At Birth on ABC Family.  Sometimes Love will be on the 2nd episode.  Check local listings.

Bandcamp Mobile and New Store

If you haven’t seen it yet, you can now get Rosie music and merch directly through Bandcamp!  It’s so quick and easy to use, plus everything is on SALE now too!!

On the go?  Check out the new mobile site optimized for smart phones, where you can easily stream and buy Rosie’s music and merch.

Purchase securely here: Amazon iTunes emusic

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