Lotte Mullan will be embarking on a solo acoustic UK tour this Spring, joined by fellow songstress Jazz Morley as special guest.
Lotte will be playing intimate versions of songs from her forthcoming album ‘Love’s Bonfire’, made out in Nashville with Band of Horses.
Dubbed as the female Bob Dylan, Lotte has built a dedicated following with her personal, story telling songs that chronicle everyday life with heartbreaking honesty. The British music press raved about Lotte’s self released debut album ‘Plain Jane’ christening her Indie-Country sound ‘Anglicana’ and crowing her “Suffolk’s Joni Mitchell”.
Fiercely DIY, Lotte turned down a major label deal with Warners and runs her own label Raindog Records. A blog she was writing about her misadventures in the music business was snapped up for a book and film deal by Elton John’s Rocket Pictures and Ridley Scott Productions used four of Lotte’s songs to soundtrack their latest short film ‘Kismet Diner’ which has had over 3 million hits on Youtube and won first prize at Manhattan Short film festival.
Supporting artist Jazz Morley was invited to perform at both the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games – one of just a handful of independent artists to do so. Her debut single ‘Stories’ was produced by Kipper (Grammy and Emmy Award winner) and engineered by Cameron Craig (double Grammy and Brit Award winner). Alongside countless venues, she as also performed at festivals such as Isle of Wight, The Great Escape, Bearded Theory and Wychwood.
Praise for Lotte Mullan:
“Exquisite: a modern Janis Ian” Guardian
“Say hi to Suffolk’s Joni Mitchell” Q
“A young Loretta Lynn” The Telegraph
“Sublime, Haunting and Beautiful ”BBC 6 Music