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Slacker-pop sensation Lauran Hibberd at Glasgow O2 Academy, 12th Sept

Slacker-pop sensation
Lauran Hibberd shares
satire-fuelled, anthem-stacked ‘Goober’ EP, set for release July 30th

Fast becoming a key figure within the emerging indie elite, slacker-pop sensation Lauran Hibberd shares her satire-fuelled, anthem-stacked ‘Goober’ EP, set to arrive July 30th

“Goober has been a long time in the making”, explains the enigmatic figure. “It’s survived a global pandemic and many mood swings from me. These tracks all summarise what I’ve been thinking over the last twelve months. I hope for your sake, you can’t relate haha!”

Showcasing several explosive additions to an ever-growing back catalogue, the EP sees Hibberd partner with esteemed producer Suzy Shinn (Weezer, Panic! At The Disco, Fall Out Boy, Dua Lipa) for recent cuts ‘How Am I Still Alive?’ (with The Regrettes’ Lydia Night) and ‘Bleugh’, in addition to pop-rock belter ‘Boy Bye’, as she aims to capitalise on the huge wave of momentum generated over the last twelve months.

With glittering acclaim circulating throughout the tastemaker community (NME, The Line Of Best Fit, Dork, DIY, Billboard, NYLON, Clash, Gigwise, Upset), and significant praise across the BBC Radio 1 airwaves (Annie Mac, Jack Saunders, Gemma Bradley), Hibberd’s status continues to grow ahead of the record’s release, and with multiple festival dates and an autumn UK headline tour to come, she’s certainly primed to take full advantage.

Lauran Hibberd’s ‘Goober’ (EP) is out July 30th via eOne and will be available on all digital platforms (with a physical release to follow).


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‘Goober’ Tracklist
01 – Bleugh
02 – Old Nudes
03 – How Am I Still Alive?
04 – Boy Bye
05 – Crush
06 – You Never Looked So Cool

TOURING
JULY

24th: Tramlines (Mainstage)
25th: Standon Calling
30th: Ynot Festival (Mainstage)
31st: Weekend In The Park Festival
AUGUST
1st: Kendal Calling
7th: Bath Festival
13th: 110 Above Festival


SEPTEMBER *w/The Vamps
5th: Neighbourhood Festival
6th: O2 Academy, Newcastle*
8th: O2 Academy, Birmingham*
9th: Academy, Manchester*
12th: O2 Academy, Glasgow*
14th: O2 Academy, Liverpool*
15th: O2 Academy, Leeds*
16th: Urban Outfitters, Camden (In-store)
17th: Eventim Apollo, London*
18th: O2 Academy, Bournemouth*
20th: O2 Academy, Sheffield*
22-25th: Reeperbahn Festival (Hamburg)


OCTOBER
6th: Deaf Institute, Manchester
7th: The Key Club, Leeds
8th: The Attic, Glasgow
9th: Twisterella Festival
10th: The Exchange, Bristol
12th: Joiners, Southampton
13th: Omeara, London
23rd: Hit The North Festival

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Martin Bone - Editor-in-Chief

Martin is a founding member of Patchchord News and is Director & Editor-in-Chief for PCN Magazine / Patchchord News Martin also is a Freelance Photographer and lives in the Scottish Borders Scotland. Martin also specialises in Commercial Photography in Music & Events, Sports and Portrait Photography and Video. Also the Official Photographer for Football Club Maybole Juniors.
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