The Isle of Wight raised, fuzzed up Indie/Rock artist claims: 'Don't tell me stories, I'll write songs about them'.
After a successful year of releases, securing support from Clash Magazine, Crack in the Road and Line of Best Fit. Lauran’s latest single ‘Call Shotgun’ has been championed by Spotify, landing it a place on the New Music Friday UK, The Indie List and All New All Now and the Hot New Bands playlist. It went on to be BBC Introducings track of the week on Radio One. After selling out her first headline show, and a string of support shows including Clean Cut Kid, Eliza and the Bear and Girli, Lauran has also had a great festival season including; Bestival, Liverpool Sound City, Isle of Wight Festival, Common People and Blue Dot.
Lauran's ever-growing sound hints at a grander and grungier live setting, captured effortlessly and with no coming up for air in her recordings to date. Tom Robinson at BBC 6 Music described a prior release 'Hunny is this what adults do?' as ' a colourful animation in which Lauran's left - field personality spills over' he went on to say 'It's uniqueness of sound is what makes this song so darned stand-out attractive.'
Her single 'Fun Like This' has been described as a 'Pop etched ode, to non conformity'. It's said to be a 'big old grungey 90's single, which has been nailed perfectly.
CLARA AMFO (BBC RADIO ONE):
If you like Jamie T and The Big Moon, I suspect this will be up your street. She’s fab!