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 premieres via Clash Magazine, Earmilk and support via Crack in the Road, Nothing But Hope And Passion and Spotify play-listing. Lauran has also gone to selling out her first headline show, as well as a string of support shows including Clean Cut Kid/ Bryde and Girli. and has taken to the Bestival main stage for two years in a row. Lauran has already played at Liverpool Sound City and Common People this year, and you can catch her at Isle of Wight Festival, at Thousand Island in London, or her debut headline show in Southampton on 5th July.
Lauran has had great radio support, including Steve Lamacq at BBC 6 Music, John Kennedy at Radio X and has been a part of multiple live events surrounding BBC Introducing Solent.
Lauran’s ever-growing sound hints at a grander live vision, captured eloquently 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.’