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Sunday, 14 July 2013 16:25

Malta: Lauren Performs 'Irrelevant' at Bush Hall

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Lauren Aquilina, the eighteen year old vocalist who has defied the odds of succeeding without the backing of a major recording label. The secret to success has been relatively simple, attract a loyal fanbase and make sure that they are always kept on top of the decisions made and it seems to be working considering that her debut extended play Fools was awarded a Gold Disc apart from making the Official Charts in the United Kingdom. Her sophomore release, Sinners slated for release on the 22nd July is currently available to pre-order through iTunes.

At this point in time, Lauren Aquilina is looking to promote her music as much as possible and following the release of the music video for Sinners, she has now recorded a beautiful live version of another track, entitled Irrelevant which is also found on this brand new extended play. Lauren will be performing for a local audience here in Malta during the Farsons Beer Festival, on the same night when Airport Impressions will be making their much anticipated comeback performance. Irrelevant is described as an emotional song with the female vocalist 'hoping that the emotion comes across'. The recording of the performance took place at the Bush Hall found in London.

In a recent article posted by Eurovision Ireland, in collaboration with escflashmalta.com, it was reported that Lauren Aquilina would definitely be one of the most fantastic choices to represent Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2014, if she were allowed to do. The rules for next years' edition of the competition are yet unknown, and so is the format technically but nevertheless, a number of artists have taken part without living in Malta including Michelle Farrugia, Kelly Schembri and Saska Hunt amongst others. The public has warmed up a lot to Lauren Aquilina and seeing her on the stage of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest would be amazing. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news.

Source: Official Facebook Page


Last modified on Sunday, 14 July 2013 16:30