Roy Stride

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Roy Stride
Born (1979-03-11) 11 March 1979 (age 38)
Origin London
Genres Indie, rock, pop
Occupation(s) Songwriter, producer, musician
Years active 2007 – present
Labels Epic Sony Records East West Records

Roy Stride (born 11 March 1979) is an English musician, songwriter and producer, also known for fronting the band Scouting for Girls. He has combined worldwide single and album sales in excess of 15 million and his songs have featured on three US No.1 albums, two UK No.1 albums and have been streamed on Spotify over 250 million times.[1] He has been nominated for Ivor Novello and Brit awards.

With Scouting for Girls, he has had had four top 10 albums and four top 10 singles in the UK. Their self-titled debut album topped the charts in 2008 and sold over a million copies, yielding three top 10 singles ("She's So Lovely", "Heartbeat", "Elvis Ain't Dead"). Their follow-up single "This Ain't a Love Song" reached No. 1 for two weeks in 2010.[1]

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