Laura Wilde Debuts “Sold My Soul” Music Video
January 31, 2012
Los Angeles, via Australia, artist Laura Wilde is gearing up for the release of her debut album by releasing a video for the song “Sold My Soul”.
Originally set for a 2011 release, Wilde’s debut album is now avialbale for purchase at www.laurawilde.com. In a December interview she told Sleaze Roxx, “The band kept changing and things kept happening but now its set in stone that the album will be released on January 31, 2012. If it doesn’t come out then — heads will roll! Fresh year… fresh start.”
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Laura Wilde is determined to create a fresh interpretation of traditional rock and roll for a new, younger generation of fans. This authentic musician is also a singer/songwriter that plays lead guitar, bass and drums. Laura is heavily influenced by rock, glam and punk, which is reflected in her powerful, “in your face”, high-energy music.
When Laura was 16, she and some friends snuck out to a local pub where, by chance, the band performing was short of a bassist. After some urging by her friends, Laura found herself up on stage playing bass with a professional band. The overwhelming response she received made Laura realize that this was, without question, what she wanted as a career. Upon finishing high school, Laura gave up her summer holidays of 2007 to begin recording. During this time, she was also lucky to be employed by a local guitar store, which opened a whole new world to her. At last, she could share her passion with like-minded people.
Just prior to leaving Australia, Laura was presented with many interesting and varied opportunities. After completing her own 22 show local tour, she worked as a session musician on national television and performed with some high level industry greats. She was also honored to play a private acoustic show for the Saudi Arabian Royal Family.
Laura’s drive and passion have currently found her pursuing her music career in Los Angeles. She is now in the final stages of completing her debut album. “I find now having made the decision and been allowed to pursue my own career in music, I am the happiest I have ever been.”
Courtesy of www.sleazeroxx.com