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GET TO KNOW: Ruby Dice

After spending the last few years establishing herself as a warm and woozy name on the rise, American singer-songwriter Ruby Dice has now delivered her eagerly-awaited debut album 'Not In Love'.

Showcased by the new lead single 'Move On Cowboy', this new ten-track collection makes for a brilliantly bold and emotive listen. Channelling more of that riveting country-inspired aesthetic she is known for, 'Not In Love' cements her as a true innovator on the scene today.

So with the new full-length available to stream now, we sat down with her to find out more about her origins and influences over the years.


What was the first band or artist you fell in love with?

Norah Jones was my first artist that I played on repeat non stop.

Did you ever form a band when you were younger and if so, what did they sound like?

Yes! Several actually. I grew up playing in my family’s band. And I had a rock and roll band at 19 called sunny side upside down. We were a power trio inspired by Cream. I also played bass for a lot of the bands and songwriters in my hometown of Gunnison, CO.

What has been your primary inspiration in writing music?

I tend to write about my life and my personal experiences.

What is a song you wish you had written yourself?

If we were Vampires by Jason Isbell.

If there was any moment in your career you could relive, what would it be?

Getting to sing backup vocals on stage with Brain Wilson on one of his Pet Sounds tours was pretty neat.

Which artist would you most love to share a stage with?

Margo Price.

And is there an artist you would love to collaborate with as well?

Sturgill Simpson

Where do you see yourself in five years time?

Living in Lockhart, TX and touring around the world.


Ruby Dice's new album 'Not In Love' is available to stream now. Check it out below.

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