The set of a dozen tracks once again confirmed to me that Lauran Hibberd is only at the start of her journey within the industry. She has bags of personality, an incredible ear for riffs and melody, and an all too rare ability to write catchy, relatable lyrics that can resonate with people of all ages and from all walks of life.
“ It is absolutely no wonder why the people of Glasgow have been flooding to venues within the city to catch a glimpse of Spyres.”
Having already played up and down the country in the likes of Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and London, the eighth date of the tour brought Lauran and her band to south coast in order to grace the stage at the Concorde 2 on Brighton’s seafront.
Lauran is a shining light in a recovering indie music scene that has seen its resurgence back into the mainstream over the past couple of years.
“It’s not every day that we’re all falling in love and being broken hearted. A lot of the time we’re just coming home from work and we’re a bit sad and there’s nothing wrong with that!” – Lauran Hibberd
Be sure to head down to support an artist who will undoubtedly be heading on to far greater things in the very near future!