LORNE's latest project will leave you hooked from start to finish

Indie | Tuesday 5th December 2017 | Lilly

Maze follows the release of Lorne's recent singles ‘Oil And Water’ and ‘Navigate’ which gained support from the likes of Music Week, Noctis Mag, Wave Of Good Noise, MOR Indie and Keep It Underground as well as continuous support from BBC Introducing Berkshire’s Linda Serck.

Lorne was classically trained on the piano from age seven. Introduced to Peter Gabriel in his teens, Lorne was taken with his sound and notes the musician as a great influence for his music. Also drawn to established songwriters, such as Bon Iver, Damien Rice, Coldplay, Danny Elfman, Elbow and Radiohead, his attraction to melodic pop, ambient and rock is evident in his ideas. Performing his songs to a welcoming range of audiences, Lorne has headlined at The Troubadour in Earl’s Court, The Bedford and Notting Hill Arts Club.

Lorne’s latest offering Maze is a thoughtful overflow of emotion and introspection; a four-track expedition fringing on self-reflection, isolation and aspiration from the deepest depths of reverie. Lorne’s captivating vocal work and thought-provoking lyrical content sit atop subtle yet, atmospheric synthesizers and fine concise electronic beats as an aura of colour is drenched, in composure and tranquillity, shining through on Lorne’s creativity and attention to detail.