Laura Musgrave writes straight from the heart. She gives listeners the feeling that they’re living and breathing the emotions in the song. As if someone cracked their heart open and poured it into lyrics and melodies.
The UK-based singer-songwriter and producer has made confessional songwriting her trademark. She is an award-winning music artist who has guitar-driven compositions that combine pop-rock at its best with personal lyrics.
She returns with her brand-new single ‘Almost’, featuring a sing-along chorus with powerful lyrics about having the courage to walk away from a love that falls short, slated for release on January 12, 2024, on all streaming platforms.
Laura Musgrave wrote ‘Almost’ with fellow UK songwriter Craig Taylor. Under the direction of producer Becky Willard, the song was recorded in both the UK and the USA. The production incorporates electric guitars, drums, and keyboards in addition to her amazing voice. The track concentrates on pop-rock flavouring in its development. She gives the song a more captivating tone, influenced by pop-rock from the 2000s, elevating it.
On the song, Laura Musgrave says, “It’s about realising that the person you’re dating or in a relationship with is only half-hearted about it. Whatever the reason for that might be, they can’t give you what you want or deserve. You see clearly that it’s a one-sided situation and have the courage to walk away.”
The songstress is excited about this release, showcasing her natural ability and personal development in the music industry. While Laura Musgrave’s catalogue reflects her candid attitude, her unrivaled inventiveness enables her to easily move between pop and rock.
Leicestershire songstress, Laura Musgrave has captured music lovers’ hearts with her confessional storytelling. She exudes pop-rock with a blend of personal lyrics to create haunting masterpieces. She has received praise from the press, radio, and playlisting for her engaging artistic talent. She was under 2023 GRAMMY Awards® consideration in the Pop Solo Performance category. And won the 2023. ‘International Female Single of the Year (Gold Award)’ at the International Singer-Songwriters Association Awards in Atlanta, USA. Three of her songs were selected for BBC Introducing ‘Track of the Week’, and played on rotation at BBC Radio Leicester, alongside artists like Taylor Swift and Gayle.