'One of the best Welsh singer songwriters of our time' Alan Thompson, BBC Radio Wales
Gifted Welsh singer-songwriter Louise Latham's evocative debut album Reclaimed was successfully released to critical acclaim.
Since the album's release, Louise's career is gaining substantial momentum in the UK and overseas. Reclaimed is enjoying significant airplay throughout the UK and North America including support on BBC Radio Wales and other regional BBC and community stations. In terms of film soundtracks, Old Soul, Saint & Melt Me Down Like Chocolate have been signed to a British independent film company.
Reclaimed then moved on to become Album of the Month on Haze FM, Canada's largest online radio station and was later listed Top 50 Albums by New Sound Wales in the UK. Commenting on Louise's success BBC Radio Wales presenter Alan Thompson referred to her as being "One of the best Welsh singer songwriters of our time".
Louise, an English Literature graduate from Royal Holloway University of London, took her first step into writing her own songs during her time at university. This resulted in Fatuma, a song championed by award winning songwriter Tommy Sands on his Northern Irish Radio show. The song laid the foundation for a lot of the themes that would inform her writing, personal storytelling, human politics, struggle, honesty, hope, dreams and innocence.
Louise is no longer showcasing her music online.
2014, Sat 23rd Aug. 4.25pm. Royal Oak.