Laura Loh

Friday 16th August 2024

Laura Loh is a Hampshire, UK-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer with a background in classical and jazz music and an inclination towards alt-pop and alt-folk.

Being born into a musical family, she classically trained in singing, piano, and violin at a young age. At 13, she picked up a guitar and started writing songs. Her official debut came in the form of her EP “Sunrise” in 2020; two standout songs were swiftly selected for the BBC introducing Tracks of the Day List. Away from the airwaves, Loh has played Purbeck, Weyfest, Westival and ValeFest, and even recorded vocals at Abbey Road Studios.

2022 alt-pop single “Morning Light” was the start of a new era for Loh; the optimistic track inspired a shift in genre, style and boldness to produce her own soulfully infused sound. She ventured into new pop territory with her self-produced mental health advocacy song “Closer.”

Following on from the success of alt-pop singles “Running” and “Cold Morning,” 2023 release “City Lights” became Loh’s third consecutive single to debut on BBC Introducing.

Laura Loh image. A black and white image of Laura holding / playing an acoustic guitar. She is surrounded by other instruments (drum kit, key board, microphones). It looks like she's in a recording studio.