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The singer/songwriter spent her teenage years in Carlisle at Newman School before leaving at 16 to pursue her ambition.It has been a hard slog but years later she is finally hitting the big time and gradually becoming a household name. The youngest of seven children, living in an expat colony without TV or newspapers, Rumer and her family would often sing and write songs together.Her brother Rob gave Rumer her first guitar; which she taught herself to play, and on which, years later, she wrote all the songs on her debut album, Seasons of My Soul.In 2010 She released her debut single Slow and saw it named single of the week on Radio 2.According to the Slow Songfacts, Sarah spent the early years of her life in Pakistan,having been born in Islamabad on 3rd June 1979, where her father was the chief-engineer of the enormous Tarbela Dam, 30 miles to the northwest of Islamabad.

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‘B-Sides & Rarities' assimilates a selection of original outtakes from Rumer's solo albums (the beautiful gospel of 'Frederick Douglass', and the Bond-like theme tune to Johnny English, 'I Believe In You') together with alternative cuts brought under one roof: a slinky, bossa nova version of recent single 'Dangerous', Christopher Cross' 'Arthur' (as featured on Radio 2's Sound of the 80s compilation) and tracks only heard live or on the radio up until now.Sarah Joyce – stage name Rumer – has come a long way since winning the school’s talent show back in 1994.