Unfortunately, she left her label. However, during her pregnancy, she tossed out few jams without committing to a full length elpee. The idea of promotion was off the table while she was with child. We got the quirky "Orally Fixated". Then she presented the funkiness of "Momma's Place". Both were a little more raw than expected, but they showed her insistence on making quality dance records.
Róisín has been threatening us with a third track, "Demon Lover", for a while. Apparently, it's a blazing tune. I guess we must wait a little longer to hear it. In the meantime, she recorded to tracks on Crookers' album, "Tons Of Friends", which was released earlier this year.
Now, Róisín lends her golden throat to a new track from Mason's debut album, "They Are Among Us". "Boadicea" is a throbbing electro number that wouldn't have felt out of place on "Overpowered".
No word on when "Boadicea" or its parent album will be released.
I smell a mash-up!
FYI, Boadicea was the queen of a Celitc tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire. Thank you, Wikipedia. They explained it much more succinctly then I ever could. My Roman history is a bit hazy after remaining dormant for nearly two decades.