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Louise Latham
United Kingdom, Bristol

About Louise Latham

Gifted Welsh singer-songwriter Louise Latham's evocative debut album Reclaimed was successfully released to critical acclaim.

Since the album's release, Louise's career is gaining substantial momentum in the UK and overseas. Reclaimed is enjoying significant airplay throughout the UK and North America including support on BBC Radio Wales and other regional BBC and community stations. In terms o ... read more

About Louise Latham

Gifted Welsh singer-songwriter Louise Latham's evocative debut album Reclaimed was successfully released to critical acclaim.

Since the album's release, Louise's career is gaining substantial momentum in the UK and overseas. Reclaimed is enjoying significant airplay throughout the UK and North America including support on BBC Radio Wales and other regional BBC and community stations. In terms of film soundtracks, Old Soul, Saint & Melt Me Down Like Chocolate have been signed to a British independent film company.

Reclaimed then moved on to become Album of the Month on Haze FM, Canada's largest online radio station and was later listed Top 50 Albums by New Sound Wales in the UK. Commenting on Louise's success BBC Radio Wales presenter Alan Thompson referred to her as being "One of the best Welsh singer songwriters of our time".

Louise, an English Literature graduate from Royal Holloway University of London, took her first step into writing her own songs during her time at university. This resulted in Fatuma, a song championed by award winning songwriter Tommy Sands on his Northern Irish Radio show. The song laid the foundation for a lot of the themes that would inform her writing, personal storytelling, human politics, struggle, honesty, hope, dreams and innocence.

If Louise found an ally in Sands, she found sonic architects in Arno Guveau and Greg Haver, the producers behind Reclaimed. Guveau, who previously worked with Manfred Mann and former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Weston, with his empathic production and cinematic arrangements, manages to accentuate rather than overstate the dark romantic heart of Louise's writing. Haver, an award-winning producer who has worked with Melanie C and The Manic Street Preachers, is known for his diverse production skills and innovative arrangements which resulted in warm and lush arrangements on Reclaimed. "The record has a haunting, dramatic and magical atmosphere complementing the songs themselves beautifully." Louise says.

Reclaimed was finally masterminded by twice Grammy Nominee mixer Jeremy Wheatley. Wheatley has delivered numerous number 1 hits and works with an impressive array of artists including Emeli Sande, Taylor Swift and Duffy to name a few. The result is a sound that branches off in a myriad of wonderful directions such as the country-esque Melt Me Down Like Chocolate, the soaring alt-pop of Erase Me, the atmospherics and quiet majesty of Together Tonight to the minimalist outpouring of emotion of Reclaimed itself.

And then there's Louise's voice - pure, ethereal, intense, profoundly moving. When she talks about touchstones, she mentions the simplicity and economy of Tracy Chapman's compositions, the big quiet of Tori Amos's Boys For The Pele album, and the ambitious scope of Sarah McLachlan's Fumbling Towards Ecstacy.

This is an aural landscape made visible by Reclaimed, an alluring collection whose warmth and humanity is a balm in austere times.

Quotes "Lousie Latham's music resonates a soothing, sophisticated and infectious charm that evokes the maturity and innocence of great songwritinig. Louise's album is for those with a true passion and introspective for great songs and an enchanting voice." Sat Bisla, President & Founder, A&R Worldwide

'One of the best Welsh singer songwriters of our time' Alan Thompson, BBC Radio Wales

'A great singer songwriter. Really, really beautiful.' Mike Walsh, Head of Music, XFM

'A rare talent with a great voice' Carl Blackhurst, Eagle Radio

'Louise's virtuoso performances bring something very special to the Bedford every time' Tony Moore, music promoter

'Louise Latham writes soulful stories and tells them with a gentle yet powerful passion. Listen out' Tommy Sands, Singer songwriter and winner of the BBC 2 Folk Awards

'Impressive......a lovely acoustic quality to her voice' Frank Hannessy, BBC Radio Wales

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Dear Fans,

Thank you so much for all your support on Number One Music.

I would like to invite you to become a partner and supporter in my latest project Crashing Angels.


I'm set to record my upcoming EP Crashing Angels this June and would love for you to be involved in this exciting project. The EP will include 5 songs produced by Award Winning producer Greg Haver (Manic Street Preachers, Mel C, etc).

Below you can find the link to the project where the various opportunities to get involved are explained in full.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

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I am looking forward to hearing from you and hope to welcome you on board to what's going to be a great album.

Best wishes,

Louise x

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In case you are unable to join the project, please be so kind to share the link of the project on your fb page. Thanks Lou xx

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Dear fans,

Thanks for all support. I hope you are enjoying my music.

I am in London tonight and jamming with Nigel Kennedy!

Have a fab night and speak soon.

Best,

Louise x

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Gifted Welsh singer-songwriter Louise Latham's evocative debut album Reclaimed was released on the 25th of June 2012 to critical acclaim.

Since the album's release, Louise's career is gaining substantial momentum in the UK and overseas. Reclaimed is enjoying significant airplay throughout the UK and North America. Erase Me, the first single, has been on several playlists including BBC Radio Wales, Manx Radio, Bro Radio and numerous community stations throughout the UK. In terms of film soundtracks, Old Soul, Saint & Melt Me Down Like Chocolate have been signed to a British independent film company.

Reclaimed then moved on to become Album of the Month on Haze FM, Canada's largest online radio station. Later in the year Reclaimed was voted Top 50 Albums of 2012 by British music press agency New Sound Wales. Commenting on Louise's success BBC Radio Wales presenter Alan Thompson referred to her as being "One of the best Welsh singer songwriters of our time".

Louise, an English Literature graduate from Royal Holloway University of London, took her first step into writing her own songs during her time at university. This resulted in Fatuma, a song championed by award winning songwriter Tommy Sands on his Northern Irish Radio show. The song laid the foundation for a lot of the themes that would inform her writing, personal storytelling, human politics, struggle, honesty, hope, dreams and innocence.

If Louise found an ally in Sands, she found sonic architects in Arno Guveau and Greg Haver, the producers behind Reclaimed. Guveau, who previously worked with Manfred Mann and former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Weston, with his empathic production and cinematic arrangements, manages to accentuate rather than overstate the dark romantic heart of Louise's writing. Haver, an award-winning producer who has worked with Melanie C and The Manic Street Preachers, is known for his diverse production skills and innovative arrangements which resulted in warm and lush arrangements on Reclaimed. "The record has a haunting, dramatic and magical atmosphere complementing the songs themselves beautifully." Louise says.

Reclaimed was finally masterminded by twice Grammy Nominee mixer Jeremy Wheatley. Wheatley has delivered numerous number 1 hits and works with an impressive array of artists including Emeli Sande, Taylor Swift and Duffy to name a few. The result is a sound that branches off in a myriad of wonderful directions such as the country-esque Melt Me Down Like Chocolate, the soaring alt-pop of Erase Me, the atmospherics and quiet majesty of Together Tonight to the minimalist outpouring of emotion of Reclaimed itself.

And then there's Louise's voice - pure, ethereal, intense, profoundly moving. When she talks about touchstones, she mentions the simplicity and economy of Tracy Chapman's compositions, the big quiet of Tori Amos's Boys For The Pele album, and the ambitious scope of Sarah McLachlan's Fumbling Towards Ecstacy.

This is an aural landscape made visible by Reclaimed, an alluring collection whose warmth and humanity is a balm in austere times.

Quotes "Lousie Latham's music resonates a soothing, sophisticated and infectious charm that evokes the maturity and innocence of great songwritinig. Louise's album is for those with a true passion and introspective for great songs and an enchanting voice." Sat Bisla, President & Founder, A&R Worldwide

'One of the best Welsh singer songwriters of our time' Alan Thompson, BBC Radio Wales

'A great singer songwriter. Really, really beautiful.' Mike Walsh, Head of Music, XFM

'A rare talent with a great voice' Carl Blackhurst, Eagle Radio

'Louise's virtuoso performances bring something very special to the Bedford every time' Tony Moore, music promoter

'Louise Latham writes soulful stories and tells them with a gentle yet powerful passion. Listen out' Tommy Sands, Singer songwriter and winner of the BBC 2 Folk Awards

'Impressive......a lovely acoustic quality to her voice' Frank Hannessy, BBC Radio Wales
Enjoy my music. Louise.

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