As premiered recently on the acclaimed and accomplished indie webradio station https://www.indieloungeradio.com/ here’s the third episode of our special themed show of favourite indiepop tracks and overlooked gems, Emmas_Housemates.
Among the vast scene of acoustic folk that’s been part of the indiepop world for many years now, Manchester’s Laurie Hulme is one of the most interesting and original artists – by virtue of his music writing but also by virtue of the subjects his songs revolve around. His 2016 debut was inspired by stories of (and hence a tribute to) his late grandfather. This gave the album its title and it also provided the band name he’s been using since, Songs For Walter. Read on