Laura Misch is a London-based multidisciplinary artist and producer.
An enchanting journey through London’s wild edgelands, debut album ‘Sample The Sky’ is an ode care, connection and listening to the natural world. Out October 13th via One Little Independent Records, it responds to nature’s patterns through organic electronic productions, embodied lyrics, wind inspired saxophone, singing and synthesis all woven into intricately crafted left-field pop songs.
A departure from her previous bedroom-produced work (critically acclaimed EPs ‘Playground’ and ‘Lonely City’ released in 2017 and 2019 respectively), Laura opened up every aspect of the process to her South London creative community. This ranges from guest musicians and field recordists to florists. Though some songs had been years in the making, the catalyst for the record’s crystallisation was a year-long collaboration with producer William Arcane. Every sound on the record has been played, synthesised or recorded from scratch, shaping it into its near final form before weaving in performances from Laura’s recently formed live band; Marysia Osu on harp and Tomáš Kašpar on guitar.
Laura has performed at venues and festivals such as Royal Albert Hall, Roundhouse, Berghain, Rockwood Music Hall, All Points East, Eurosonic, SXSW and We Out Here. She has been supported by Radio 1, 6 Music, and featured in publications like Wonderland, Clash, Varsity, NME, The Quietus, Red Bull and The Guardian.