I knew I was going to like Lou Doillon’s LP, ‘Lay Low’ from the moment her fingers delicately set the mood from the sound of the keys in opening track, ‘Left Behind.’
It is apparent that we have been left behind at Fresh Independence because we were not familiar with the success of Parisian Lou’s previous LP, ‘Places’ selling over three-hundred thousand copies worldwide.
I don’t dare to compare, but upon first thought, it was a refreshing version of Adele meets Regina Spektor and Sia.
The ambience of the mind provokes a dim room overlooking the city lights with a glass of wine as the record player cues your new favourite album of repetitive measure.
Lou Dillon is a free flowing taste of sultry jazz and sweet afterthoughts.