News: Lottie Gray

by Adam Aiken

Gorleston girl Lottie Gray has released her debut EP, How To Haunt.

Gray’s country and pop output is influenced by the likes of Joni Mitchell, Taylor Swift, Kacey Musgraves and Lorde.

The 19-year-old is now based in Manchester, where she’s studying, but she says that she spent most of her childhood “conjuring stories from her bedroom on the Norfolk coastline”.

Gray returned to East Anglia for the making of How To Haunt. It was recorded at Robert Baker’s The Baker’s Oven studio in Lowestoft.

The launch of the EP comes ahead of two shows for the singer-songwriter, with a performance at the Norfolk & Norwich Festival on Saturday, May 20, and a set at First Light Festival, Lowestoft, on Saturday, June 17.

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