Lauren Auder’s baroque-orchestrated pop songs fuse classical and post-rock elements with contemporary themes of generational discontent and personal turmoil, resulting in striking musical portraits.
Early EPs helped define the foundation and sonic palette of Lauren’s forthcoming debut album. Auder’s unique vision and approach to pop music has received critical acclaim, with Pitchfork calling their debut single “The Baptist” “intense, spiritual pop” and The Evening Standard calling it “compelling neo-gothic pop”. In recent years, Lauren has worked with close collaborators such as Mura Masa, Jessica Winter, Dviance and Alex Parish. She has blossomed into an artist ready to live up to the visionary potential of her first albums.