The debut record of Lauren ellWell, Hellʼ has garnered much rave reviews from NYLON, Noisey, Consequence of Sound, the Los Angeles Times, Indie Shuffle and many more. About the girl from Maryland instantly learned the whole world. Videos of heartfelt and blatant performances with songs by Blue Collar Sex Kitten, Make Love to Myself and the impressive Did I Offend You burst through the web, breaking hearts and disturbing souls. "I have a lot to say," Loren says in the title track of the album. And really, this girl doesn't go for the word.
Lauren always supported the bands she liked and they supported her. Thanks to the strong community that has gathered around her, she has been on the big stage for a short time, playing with artists such as Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Shirley Manson, Eddie Vedder Vedder, LP, Shakey Graves, Liz Phair, and even Keith Urban. By the way, one of these meetings with the LP singer was fatal - singers have been engaged for over a year.
Falling in love with the process of analog recording, Loren began to record a second album. The Water Sign single is online now, and a new singer-songwriter titled 'Vol. II 'will be released on March 13. Lauren still has something to say - about the power of women and self-discovery - with ease, beauty and striking accuracy. Rock and roll in 2020 needs something out of the ordinary. Thank you to the Goddesses who sent us Lauren Ruth Ward.