Louise Aubrie is a London-born musician who splits her time between her hometown and New York City, bringing together indie post-punk roots with rock and pop melodies. Louise first started recording music at the famed Mill Hill Music Complex in London, and then over many years in New York surrounded herself by the best musicians in the city to establish her signature sound.
Writing all her own material, Louise recorded her highly anticipated third album, 'Late 44', in March 2015 at the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London, England. Further recording and mixing was at Knight Time Studios, the studio originally commissioned by Steve Lillywhite. The album features Tom Edwards (Adam Ant, Edwyn Collins), Joe Holweger (Adam Ant), David Ruffy (The Ruts, The Waterboys, Dexy's Midnight Runners) and Boz Boorer (Morrissey, The Polecats). It was produced by James Knight (The Kooks, Leona Lewis, Ellie Goulding) and mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering. The record was released on RDJ Recordings in 2016, garnering outstanding reviews from the music press, together with national, international and regional radio play.
Louise's debut album, 'Fingers Crossed...', was released in 2010 to critical acclaim in both the UK and the US, receiving national radio airplay. The album was produced and engineered by Boz Boorer, who is regarded world-over as one of the pioneers of the British Rockabilly movement, and the long-term co-writer and musical director for Morrissey. The album was mixed by Cam Blackwood at Voltaire Road studios in London, who has worked with Florence and The Machine and Cee Lo Green, and was mastered by Dave Collins Audio in Los Angeles, former Chief Mastering Engineer of A&M Studios, and who has worked with Madonna, No Doubt and The Police.
In March 2013, Louise released her second album, 'Time Honoured Alibi'. Louise worked with the same team on this new record, with Mr. Boorer once more at the helm, both as producer and as a co-writer with Louise on a new track. The lead-off single was the indie-pop track "Where Are You", which featured in the Top 5 of Digital Radio Tracker's National US Airplay Independent Charts and in the Top 10 most requested at Indie 104 iRadio LA. Since its release, the album has been picked up by a number of Commercial, Non-Commercial and College Radio Stations, and continues to be added to more playlists every month.