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About Lay Low

An intoxicating mixture of blues, country and a gentle sound all of her own, Lay Low has attracted a lot of well deserved attention with “Please Don’t Hate Me”, an impressive debut by anyone’s standards. “Beautiful arrangements, a natural charm, sincere soulful blues and bare bone ballads” – the praise continues to flow from many quarters for this distinctive singer/songwriter who hails from Reykjavík.

With a musical maturity beyond her years, Lay Low has delivered some fine compositions. Authentic and compelling, her live performances create a stir to match that surrounding the recorded offerings. Laid back she may be, but Lovísa won’t be allowed to lay low for very long they say . . .

Lay Low tavelled the world last year performing at Midem in Cannes, by:Larm in Norway, The Great Escape in Brighton, Los Angeles, New York, London, PopKomm and a UK tour.

Lay Low made her debut appearance in theater late last year when she took on the role as music director for the Icelandic staging of the Pulitzer Prize play “How I Learned to Drive” by Paula Vogel. Not only did Lay Low write the music for the play but ended up performing it in the staging some 40 sold out times. The music was released in Iceland in January and Lay Low recevied the Icelandic Theater Awards for it in May.

Lay Low is now finishing recording the much anticipated follow up to "Please Don..t Hate Me". She has been at Toerag Studios in London this summer with producer Liam Watson and the wonderful musicians Carwyn Ellis, Ed Turner, Rupert Brown, Matt Radford and BJ Cole.

The new album, untitled yet, will be released in Iceland on October 16th followed by a release show on the night at the Fríkirkjan church, by the pond in the heart of Reykjavík.
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Genres:
Alternative, Songwriter, Folk, Singer, Pop
Hometown:
Sveitarfélagið Ölfus, Iceland

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About Lay Low

An intoxicating mixture of blues, country and a gentle sound all of her own, Lay Low has attracted a lot of well deserved attention with “Please Don’t Hate Me”, an impressive debut by anyone’s standards. “Beautiful arrangements, a natural charm, sincere soulful blues and bare bone ballads” – the praise continues to flow from many quarters for this distinctive singer/songwriter who hails from Reykjavík.

With a musical maturity beyond her years, Lay Low has delivered some fine compositions. Authentic and compelling, her live performances create a stir to match that surrounding the recorded offerings. Laid back she may be, but Lovísa won’t be allowed to lay low for very long they say . . .

Lay Low tavelled the world last year performing at Midem in Cannes, by:Larm in Norway, The Great Escape in Brighton, Los Angeles, New York, London, PopKomm and a UK tour.

Lay Low made her debut appearance in theater late last year when she took on the role as music director for the Icelandic staging of the Pulitzer Prize play “How I Learned to Drive” by Paula Vogel. Not only did Lay Low write the music for the play but ended up performing it in the staging some 40 sold out times. The music was released in Iceland in January and Lay Low recevied the Icelandic Theater Awards for it in May.

Lay Low is now finishing recording the much anticipated follow up to "Please Don..t Hate Me". She has been at Toerag Studios in London this summer with producer Liam Watson and the wonderful musicians Carwyn Ellis, Ed Turner, Rupert Brown, Matt Radford and BJ Cole.

The new album, untitled yet, will be released in Iceland on October 16th followed by a release show on the night at the Fríkirkjan church, by the pond in the heart of Reykjavík.
Show More
Genres:
Alternative, Songwriter, Folk, Singer, Pop
Hometown:
Sveitarfélagið Ölfus, Iceland

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