Rebecca released her debut EP The Bedroom Sessions in 2015. The EP was recorded in Sheffield with singer-songwriter Samuel Taylor, John Redgrave, and Ed Cosens of Reverend and The Makers fame and received airplay from BBC Radio. The EP sold out of all limited edition hard copies.
In 2016, Rebecca joined Samuel Taylor onstage supporting singer Nerina Pallot and Vampire Diaries star Michael Malarkey on their respective UK tours. Their set together was described as "electrifying."
While embarking on a transatlantic tour of their respective solo projects, the two formed the americana rock band Ophelia.
Once back at home in the UK, the pair set about making a record with David Glover from Tesla Studios in Sheffield. The threesome soon laid down the foundations of a full album, calling in producer and drummer Greg Haver (of Manic Street Preachers and Super Furry Animals fame) and prized musicians such as Grammy-Nominated Nashville fiddle player Eamon McLoughlin. Tracks were also recorded in Nashville and Los Angeles bringing in heavyweight players like Neilson Hubbard and Bill Lefler. The album was mixed by Clint Murphy and mastered by Sterling Sound’s Ryan Smith (who also worked on albums by Adele, Beyonce, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and James Taylor).
They released their debut EP in April 2017 and set out on two consecutive UK and European Tours. Their singles have received airplay and praise from both BBC Radio in the UK and WNRN in the states, as well as praise from the UK press and music blogs.
Their debut album Blackbox Memories was released in January 2018.
For more information on Ophelia, including upcoming gigs and merchandise, please visit www.opheliamusicofficial.com.