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New single for Island singer Lauran Hibberd

Singer-songwriter Lauran Hibberd. Picture by Mystic Sons

Singer-songwriter Lauran Hibberd. Picture by Mystic Sons

Jon Moreno

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Monday, January 1, 2018 - 10:00

ISLAND performer Lauran Hibberd, who is gaining a glowing reputation as a singer-songwriter with her recordings and a performance at this year’s Bestival, has released a new single. 
The definition of ‘adulting’ takes on greater meaning with her new indie song, Hunny, Is This What Adults Do?
Taking inspiration from the style of American singer-songwriters Ingrid Michaelson and Alison Sudol, of A Fine Frenzy, Lauran’s song is a coming-of-age story which follows the journey of teenage parents. 
Lauran explains: “I think it’s about asking ourselves the question: ‘Am I an adult yet’? This song explores youth and not wanting to leave it, but realising you don’t have to. It’s fun, brutally honest and full of teenage fears.” 
Lauran has earned some acclaim for her previous releases, Eliza, and her debut, The House I Built When I Was Small, recorded at Studio Humbug, East Cowes, and which picked up airplay from BBC 6 Music and Radio X.
Follow Lauran on Facebook at www.facebook.com/lauran.hibberd

 


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