Royal Blood Live Q&A Session at WaterBear

Yesterday evening, the musicians of WaterBear had a once in a lifetime chance to hang out with the one and only Royal Blood. Mike and Ben joined us for a live Q+A hosted by our very own CEO Adam Bushell. The Q+A was packed with amazing questions from our talented students who found out about how the band started, the alteration in live shows, if the band still get star-struck, rigs, career advice, song writing approaches, the list goes one!

Royal Blood gave invaluable advice and tips to our musicians, some amazing stories, and even an introduction to their pets!

This was a truly memorable masterclass from Mike and Ben from Royal Blood, and we can’t wait to have them visit us at the college soon.

Applications are still open for our 2021 Royal Blood Scholarship, which will cover all tuition fees for one lucky student throughout their degree at WaterBear. We’re so proud to have this incredible rock duo on board, giving back to and supporting upcoming musicians. For more details of how to apply and Ts and Cs, click here.

By Jodie Amos

Front-women of her former band, drummer and singer Jodie graduated from her MA in Innovation and Enterprise and jumped straight in to Tour Managing a European month-long tour with Made on the Road. It was there that she discovered her passion for events and tours. After working alongside Bruce Dickinson in the first WaterBear UK tour, Jodie is now the Events Coordinator at WaterBear | The College of Music.
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Why WaterBear?

Tardigrade (AKA Water Bear)

  • Micro-animal that is found everywhere, in all extreme climates
  • The most resilient creature known to humanity. Survives and adapts to its surroundings
  • This resilience and ability to adapt and survive inspires us in everything we do