Louise Aubrie is a unique indie pop-punk musician who splits her time between her hometown of London and her adopted town of New York City. Her anthemic melodies tell the story of living a transatlantic life, as they reflect the electrifying spirit of both cities with the seductive streets providing the backbeat. She’s been compared to the genius that is Blondie, The Smiths, The Pretenders and The Killers.
Louise has recorded three albums to date, all of which have been critically acclaimed in both the UK and the US. "Fingers Crossed..." was released in 2010 and "Time Honoured Alibi" in 2013, both of which were produced by Boz Boorer (pioneer of the British rockabilly movement with The Polecats and internationally lauded as co-writer and musical director for Morrissey).
Louise recorded her highly anticipated third album, 'Late 44' at the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. The album features Tom Edwards (Adam Ant, Edwyn Collins), Joe Holweger (Adam Ant), David Ruffy (The Ruts, The Waterboys, Dexy's Midnight Runners) and Boz Boorer (Morrissey, The Polecats) and has garnered outstanding reviews from the music press, together with national, international and regional radio play.
Louise's music has been described as "brilliant" by BBC 6 Music, "outstanding" by Penny Black Music and "magnificent" by Louder Than War.
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