ABOUT

Laura Loh is a singer, songwriter and musician from Hampshire, England. 

 

Laura’s musical style is pop with country, folk and jazz influences.

 

Musical influences include Bon Iver, Taylor Swift, Sara Bareilles, Dido and Fleetwood Mac.

 

Being from a musical family (piano teachers, opera singers, musicians and choir leaders…), Laura was introduced to music at an early age. She received classical training as a singer, pianist and violinist. She also sang and played piano in a jazz group.

 

At 13 years old, Laura picked up an acoustic guitar and wrote her first song. She fell in love with writing songs and soon started performing her original songs, as well as acoustic cover songs, at open mic nights. 

 

At the age of 16, Laura recorded vocals in Studio 2 at Abbey Road Studios and her eyes were opened to the magic of music production. She studied music production at The Sixth Form College Farnborough. 

 

Laura has played music festivals, such as Weyfest, Westival and ValeFest. She has also performed live at the Camberley Theatre, the Gin Festival and at the Hard Rock Cafe in Lisbon. 

 

While a student in Birmingham, Laura got involved in the local music scene. She played open mics and joined the Songwriters Society as a committee member. She also made several musical appearances on the local radio station (Burn FM). 

 

She later studied songwriting and vocal performance at the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford.

 

Laura often sings at open mic nights and pubs in the Hampshire/ Surrey area, with her acoustic guitar or piano. Her live performances include original material and popular acoustic covers.

 

Laura also sings contemporary Christian music and plays piano regularly in church.  

She released her debut single 'So Much More' in July 2020. The song was selected as Track of the Day by BBC Introducing The South.

In November 2020 Laura released her debut EP "Sunrise", featuring the singles "So Much More," "My Heart Knows Better," and "Sunrise." 

 

Laura Loh is available for bookings, as a solo act or accompanied by a guitarist and cajon player.