GUITARIST LAURA COX SHARES NEW SINGLE “SO LONG” — LISTEN
NEW ALBUM HEAD ABOVE WATER OUT JANUARY 20 VIA earMUSIC
“So Long” is uncompromising, energetic blues rock at its finest. Courtesy of guitarist Laura Cox.
Listen to “So Long” here.
The electric guitars and driving chorus will make the hearts of classic rock fans race. The discreet banjo provides the necessary southern flair and authentic sound. “Change of plans, no more pact with the devil…” it says in “So Long” — singing about a classic motif of the genre, while at the same-time, the increasingly topical subject of self-discovery and self-doubt.
With over half a million subscribers on YouTube, and a similar amount on Instagram, Cox already has a large and loyal fanbase. The visibility on the Internet was followed by significant acclaim from critics and rock fans, especially for the incredible album Burning Bright (2019), released internationally by earMUSIC in collaboration with the French label Verycords.
“So Long” lives on Cox’s new album Head Above Water, which arrives on January 20 and can be pre-ordered here.
The album contains 11 great rock songs bursting with energy and great personality. Recorded at ICP Studios in Brussels by Erwin Autrique, it was mastered by multiple GRAMMY-winner Ted Jensen (Eagles, Norah Jones, Green Day).
After the release of her previous album, Cox played at some of the biggest European festivals last year (Hellfest, Pol’and’Rock, Rock Palast), she interviewed the legendary Scorpions for ARTE, and she had the honor to have a documentary about her quick rise in the rock scene, produced by German TV station WDR for the historical show Rockpalast.
HEAD ABOVE WATER TRACKLISTING:
“Head Above Water”
“One Big Mess”
“Set Me Free”
“Before We Get Burned”
“Swing It Out”