Racking up over twenty million streams on Spotify in an impressively short amount of time, tickets to her first UK headline tour sold out within their first week in early 2023 - but her story began long before she took to those stages.
First embarking on a career as a solo artist under her birth name - Roxanne Emery - over a decade ago, after the passing of her mother, Emery found herself battling addiction. The beginning of a long, difficult journey that led to her writing dance hits, working with huge names in London’s pop industry, and becoming a platinum-selling songwriter whilst enduring some of her darkest moments - at 34 years old, Emery walked into her first AA meeting.
Spending her teenage years enamoured with early 2000s emo and pop-punk, RØRY has crafted a unique vessel for her reflections on grief, abuse, and recovery. Inspired by the deeply confessional songwriting of artists like Andrew McMahon and Chris Carrabba, a passion for distinctly honest storytelling has inspired a rapidly growing fanbase, drawn to her raw, cathartic rock lyricism.
Affectionately likening her performances to an “emo church”, that feeling of belonging is something that the 38-year-old has also been fostering alongside her loving partner on their popular TikTok channel - ADHD Love - since her ADHD diagnosis in 2021.