Album Review – Louise Aubrie – Fingers Crossed

We’re so proud to announce the debut album by one of our favourite Diva’s who started at Mill Hill Music Complex. If you like quirky pop songs with a rock feel, a touch of classic production thrown in, this is a must. Produced by rockabilly legend and Morrissey sideman, Boz Boorer at his studios in Portugal, it is a real treat.

Louise fronts a tight band and has a way of making songs both fun and fraught at the same time. Louise is just the latest in a long line of North West London born and bred singer songwriters, who have made good. Now based in New York and collaborating with well respected guitarist Rob Richie, she has pulled together a fine debut.

The pick of the bunch is the opener Convenient Forgettable. Thorn and Hang in there are also damn fine tunes. She was on the back of this weeks NME, so wider recoignition cannot be to far away.


1. Convenient Forgettable    
2. Hang In There    
3. Thorn    
4. Love Or Money    
5. Seventeen        
6. Falling (What Was It Worth)    
7. All Bets Are Off    
8. Always Love    
9. Yet To Come

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