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Louise Fraser: Bio

You may have heard Louise's songs on the CW, NBC, Lifetime, or MTV.  Or in Jack Black's latest movie, 'Goosebumps' (Sony Pictures). Or the award winning 'Sharkwater' soundtrack. Or on countless other projects involving numerous collaborators. 

From her start aged 16 in a successful London teen rock band, to a jazz guitarist in a 27 piece jazz ensemble, she has gone on to develop a solo career during which she has collaborated with musicians from the Counting Crows and Tom Petty's Heartbreakers; producers including John Fryer (Cocteau Twins, Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, etc), Don Smith (Rolling Stones, U2, Tom Petty, Ry Cooder, etc), and Jean Marc Lederman (Fad Gadget, The Weathermen, etc); and composer Jeff Rona (Phantom, Traffic, Black Hawk Down, Thin Red Line, etc). 

Louise has released two solo acoustic CDs to date; 'Ghosttown', and 'Thaw'.  On Thaw, Billboard magazine wrote "An impressive feat... exceptional quality and songwriting craftsmanship."

Louise has also released two critically acclaimed EPs under the Muricidae Project with John Fryer (NiN, Cocteau Twins, Depeche Mode, etc), 'Tales from a Silent Ocean' and 'Tears are Stronger Than Waves.' SIDELINE reviewed Muricidae as 'rich vocals very smoothly mixed..a recommended release, we surely hope to hear more', CWN wrote 'a sweet new release wrapped in a glitterball, sharper than a Tom Ford suit... ', and POST-PUNK noted it would 'leave you content in glorious ruin'. 

Louise's latest project harks back to her Celtic roots and features songs in Gaelic and English with arrangements including full orchestra to single violin accompaniment with splashes of dark electronica. Collaborators on this project include Martin Tichy from the Vienna Symphonic. The first single, Hush, is set to release in January 2019.