Laura Welsh releases debut album “Soft Control”

10 Mar

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Laura Welsh has released her debut album online.

“Soft Control” – featuring hit singles “Hollow Drum,” “Ghosts,” “Break the Fall” and “Cold Front” – is now available for download via iTunes (UK) in partnership with Outsiders Recorded Music Limited and Polydor Records.

On the songwriting front, the project boasts alliances with Amanda Ghost (Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez), Ian Dench (Jordin Sparks, Alesha Dixon), John Legend (Fergie, Keyshia Cole) and Dev Hynes (Tinashe, FKA twigs).

Album producers are Greg Kurstin (Beyonce, Kelly Clarkson), Emile Haynie (Bruno Mars, Lykke Li), Liam Howe (Ellie Goulding, Lana Del Rey), Chris Loco (Melissa Steel, Becky Hill) and Scott Hoffman (Kylie Minogue, Chris Brown).

Peep the songwriting credits for “Soft Control” below.

“Soft Control”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, Amanda Ghost, Liam Howe).

“Ghosts”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, Jonathan Lipsey).

“Break the Fall”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, Amanda Ghost, Scott Hoffman).

“Unravel”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, Devonte Hynes).

“God Keeps”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, Amanda Ghost, Scott Hoffman, Emile Haynie).

“Cold Front”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, Amanda Ghost, Robin Hannibal).

“Hardest Part” [featuring John Legend]
Written By: (Laura Welsh, John Legend, Robin Hannibal).

“Still Life”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, Robin Hannibal).

“Breathe Me In”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, Amanda Ghost, Robin Hannibal).

“Call to Arms”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, James New, Josef Page).

“Hollow Drum”
Written By: (Laura Welsh, Amanda Ghost, Ian Dench).

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