Laura Brehm lives and breathes music. At 30 years old, she has made a name for herself as an electronic songbird, having released over 50 different EDM collaborations on various labels, including several hugely successful releases on Monstercat, NCS, Liquicity, and Universal.
Her journey didn’t start there, however; Laura Brehm has been playing music for more than two decades. After being classically trained on piano at a very young age, she developed an affinity for singing, songwriting, and acoustic guitar as a teenager. She began dreaming of becoming a professional musician, and was inspired by artists whose music quite literally changed her life and shaped her direction, including The Beatles, Radiohead, Imogen Heap, Ellie Goulding, and Röyksopp.
Over time, she carved out her own musical niche: a thoughtfully crafted and innovative style as a writer and a blend of different genres including folk, alternative, electronic, pop, and experimental. A philosopher at heart, Laura can often be found pondering the mystical, deep, and ethereal elements and mysteries of life as this is evident in her lyrics. She describes her music making process as “painting the air.”
As one of the most highly sought-after vocalists in the EDM realm, she has worked extensively alongside her wide network of producer colleagues in an impressive array of sub-genres. With nearly half a billion streams to her name across all streaming platforms, over 300 thousand followers to her social media pages combined, and over 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Laura Brehm’s career continues to gather momentum. With consistent releases over the last several years, she has also been quietly fine tuning her solo sound and developing skills in production and sound engineering. All the elements of her musical experience will be brought to the forefront in her new solo work. Her upcoming album ‘The Dawn Is Still Dark’ will showcase Laura’s ever increasing sophistication with her unique combination of sounds. As she creates her destiny with her signature tone of voice into the near and distant future, she is as she says, “awake and dreaming.”
Laura Brehm’s tracks