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Nu-folk artist Lauran Hibbard releases new single “Old Head Young Shoulders”

“What a beautiful and delicate song, I’m excited to hear more from Lauran Hibberd”
Maz Tappuni, Radio X (Communion Presents)

“Great hidden depths just below the surface”
Record Of The Day (featured only 2 weeks ago)

“It wraps up personal intimacy on a grandiose scale”
Robin Seamer, Breaking More Waves

 

Lauran Hibberd’s low-key, beautifully arranged nu-folk single Old Head Young Shoulders seems to drift through eardrums and straight into the listeners’ souls. Innocent, soft and with more than a breeze of fresh air around it, it will warmly appeal to the fans of Lucy Rose, Laura Marling or Billie Marten.

In ‘Old Head Young Shoulders’, this Isle of Wight based singer/songwriter manages to convey wisdom and talent well beyond her tender years. At just 19, Lauran is beautifully skewing her love of literature with her ethereal vocal and delicate guitar style.

If The Guardian’s Kitty Empire named Ben Howard ‘a surfing troubadour high on a new wave’, we’d like to hail Lauran Hibberd ‘a truthful spirit high on a low key nu-folk wave’. Why? With the hope this will encourage you to hear this 2:51min sonic window into this genuine teenage girl’s existence.

Already supported by BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music and Radio X, Lauran says: “To me ‘Old Head Young Shoulders’ is all about losing touch with my youth and the shelter that comes with it. It was one of the first songs I ever wrote, and definitely one of the most honest. I wrote it at a time, where I had no idea what I was feeling, no idea where I was heading and certainly no idea what life was actually all about”.

Real is rare, isn’t it? Well, Lauran Hibberd’s child-like love and innocence effortlessly flicker through her new single Old Head Young Shoulders’.

 

UK LIVE DATES:
Victorious Festival – August 2017
Ventnor Fringe Festival – August 2017
Bestival Main Stage – September 2017

 

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