Rofi James New Single ‘Reason’ Out Now!

 

Galway pop-rockers Rofi James new single ‘Reason’ was released on December 1st and was today awarded Joe.ie’s ‘Song of the Day’.

The song has been critically received with significant airplay on local and national radio stations (RTÉ 2FM, SPIN 1038, Ocean FM, Galway Bay FM and iRadio).

A couple of days before the release, Rofi James also announced they had become official Shazam artists with all three of their singles featuring on the popular music app – which, incidentally, Apple has just bought out for an estimated $400 million!

Rofi James on stage with a packed house at The Loft Venue, Galway

Rofi James headlining The Loft Venue, Galway. Photo: Mark White Photography

The band has been going from strength to strength since winning the iRadio iRocks ‘Battle of the Bands’ a couple of years ago. They have supported acts such as Picture This and Ryan Sheridan in recent times as well as headlining their own shows in Galway’s The Loft Venue. Earlier this year they also featured at Moxegen 2017 and Electric Picnic as part of the #playthepicnic competition run by RTÉ 2FM.

You can catch Rofi James live on Friday 22nd December in The Loft Venue, Galway with doors at 9pm. Tickets are €5 – available from the Seven Bridge Street website here – not to be missed!

More about the band at

Web – http://www.rofijames.com

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/RofiJamesMusic

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/rofijames

Snapchat – @rofijames

Twitter – https://twitter.com/Rofi_James

About the Author

Mark White
A native of Dublin, Mark has slowly been moving West since 1997. Schooled at Gonzaga College and CBS Dun Laoghaire, he received his undergraduate degree in Software Engineering from Athlone Institute of Technology in 2002. Mark spent a number of years working as a C# Developer in the industry before deciding to undertake a research masters in Information Technology at NUI Galway in 2010. His work resulted in a new algorithm to reduce energy consumption in virtualised data centres and has been since published. He fills his working day writing software, taking photographs and editing The Galway Eye.