Lauren Waller is a captivating artist who exudes a darkly glamorous soulfulness. She's journeyed from shackling shyness as a teen, stealthily writing songs, singing and performing in private, unbeknownst to her family, to morphing into an indie pop siren with a sleek and sensual pop sensibility.
The L.A.-based artist bridges the divide between '80s dark wave and modern electro-textured indie pop. Her aesthetic also encompasses the jagged artiness of alt-rock, embers of the smoldering expressiveness of R&B, the confessional and poetic intimacy of the singer-songwriter idiom, and the thrilling satisfaction of modern pop. Her soulful pop has earned her favorable comparisons to Lorde, Regina Spektor, Sara Bareilles, Adele, and Ingrid Michaelson.
To date, Lauren has released two EPs: Perhaps (2016) and no names here (2017). Her music has been well-received, earning global airplay in the U.S., Ireland, Germany, China, Australia, India, South Africa, Finland and Peru.
Lauren has garnered press accolades from New Music Express, Young Hollywood, Music Existence, Coming Up Magazine, The Spotlight, All Access Music, Independent Artist Buzz, Kurrent Music, Vents Magazine and Broadway World, among other outlets.