Forming in late 2010, the amazing all female rock collective were soon turning heads with their comical video for debut single, 'We Can Pretend Anyway'. The video, playlisted on both Scuzz TV and Kerrang! TV, has ammassed nearly 100,000 views online and led to the 2011 release of the band's debut E.P 'Creation Divide'. The five-track release was a glossy affair laden with catchy hooks and was received to critical acclaim by the UK music press.
2011 also saw Evarose play the Hit The Deck Festival with the likes of Underoath and Deaf Havana. In June, the band embarked on their first ever tour, selling out small rooms across the country, further cementing their rise as one of the UK's most exciting prospects.
This was followed up in November by a-side 'Best Left Alone' which premiered on Rocksound.tv in December. The single was followed up by E.P 'Elements'. In December 2012 'There's No Such Thing As Something For Nothing' was released. In September/October of that year Evarose toured as the main support act for Straight Lines, followed up with a tour Supporting LostAlone at the start of 2013. The band currently have a show with Canterbury in the pipeline as well as a tour with Mallory Knox in April, the Hit The Deck festival in the same month and finally the Y Not Festival.