Created after years of writing, jamming and finally wanting to share, Louise and The Feathers combine folk, pop and rock as their main influences. With comparisons to artists such as Florence and The Machine, Hazel O’Connor, Paolo Nutini, Tracy Chapman and Fleetwood Mac, their latest single “Rich Tea Biscuit” sits highly in their discography so far. Originating from Birmingham but moved to Mid Wales when Louise was 9, the songwriter has been writing ever since.
A powerful, distinctive vocal line storms through the track with great ease. Incorporating the folk essence in the track, the pop chord progression may be simple but lingers comfortably in the atmosphere. A strong narrative about a subtle romance story where the person fancied, ends up choosing someone else. It’s produced well to the point that you can hear everything prominently. As the first track I’ve heard of Louise and The Feathers, it certainly won’t be the last.