(Fly Boy Records)
Full release on Monday 31st July (iTunes, Spotify)
‘I wrote the song about being there for someone when they’re in need, even if
they don’t ask for your help. I want it to be a reminder that love and
togetherness is what life is all about – especially during troubling times in our
lives.’ Lauren L’aimant
‘Family’ is the first song taken from Lauren L’aimant’s forthcoming EP on Fly Boy
Records . This uplifting piece of modern pop music is Lauren’s first release as a solo artist
and clearly showcases her ever growing talent for songwriting and production.
The track is an original song written by L’aimant and recorded with members of ‘Team
Summit’, a group of dedicated fundraisers from across British media business Ascential.
All proceeds from the single will go to The Prince’s Trust as part of the Million Makers
“Family” will be available to pre-order on iTunes and will be officially released for
download on 31.07.17 on all major digital music platforms.
The song will be available to download from the Lauren L’aimant band camp page from
23.07.17 , following her performance on the main catwalk at Pure London. Anyone
downloading the song can choose their donation amount.
About Lauren L’aimant
Lauren L’aimant is a London based singer/songwriter and producer who’s been making a
name for herself by featuring on various artist & producers projects. Early 2017 saw
Lauren collaborate with Icarus on their track ‘Hiding’ which went on to be named ‘Essential
New Tune’ by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. This has led to Lauren signing to Icarus’s imprint
‘Fly Boy Records’ and is now working on her debut EP set for release later this year.
About The Prince’s Trust
Youth charity The Prince’s Trust helps disadvantaged young people to get their lives on
track. It supports 11 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed and those struggling at school
and at risk of exclusion. Many of the young people helped by The Trust are in or leaving
care, facing issues such as homelessness or mental health problems, or have been in
trouble with the law.
The Trust’s programmes give vulnerable young people the practical and financial support
needed to stabilise their lives, helping develop self-esteem and skills for work. Three in
four young people supported by The Prince’s Trust move into work, education or training.
The Prince of Wales’s charity has helped 870,000 young people since 1976 and supports
over 100 more each day.