The Laurettes have been described as a ‘Powerful Indie Folk Fusion band with a Celtic Rock twist.’ The girls are an energetic all female band making big noise around Scotland, the UK and very soon to be further afield. The Laurettes have frequented the Festivals such as Tiree Music Festival, Islay Whisky Festival, Mull Music Festival and Rally, Doune The Rabbit Hole, Eden, Lindisfarne, Bute Fest, The Edinburgh Fringe and will be seen at many more to be announced. The girls have been sought after as a support act for numerous well established musicians in the industry such as The View’s own Kyle Falconer, The Hedrons and The Silencers in SWG3, and Colonel Mustard. 2023 will see them supporting Skerryvore, Trail West and they will soon take to tour dates with Scottish legends Peat and Diesel.
They have become well known and cherished for their ‘electric positive vibes’, alongside their energy and ability to get the full crowd involved in their performances. Audiences can be seen doing the ‘HEAVE HO’ to ‘Techno Viking’ and ‘Jivin’ and Vibin’ to ‘Dopamine’ and many more original songs. The girls successes became known after winning BT Murrayfield’s Scottish Playlist 2021 and playing to over 60,000 Rugby fans, when their debut single ‘Home Bird’ reached no1 multiple times in the Amazon charts after radio play on BBC stations, Celtic Music Radio and many more! After signing a record deal with ‘Wee Studio Records’ 2023 will see the launch of their debut album and a second round of a tour!
The Ginger Quiff Review; ‘If you ever need a party started, call The Laurettes. They had the crowd eating out of their hands from the off with their own blend of folky rock drinking songs, the gathered throng obeying Lauren’s requests to dance along to the band’s own moves, and to sit down and row imaginary longships during Techno Viking.