Laura Wyatt shares new track "I Believed" lifted from her forthcoming album

Laura Wyatt shares new track "I Believed" lifted from her forthcoming album "Last Train Home" which is due to be released this summer. The singer songwriter hails from the historic town of Colchester in Essex and her track sounds like it could be one of those efforts that you love from the word go.

"I Believed" has some fast paced guitars with some delightful indie-pop tones that remind us of Icelandic folk band Of Monsters and Men, and no wonder why as she cites the band as one of her main influences as well as KT Tunstall and Dolly Parton. With the track starting off with lots of brass and horn sections you're going to be a fan of this right from the off.

She's had praise and airplay from BBC Introducing in Suffolk and thanks to her previous releases and live shows she's already been booked for festivals for 2021. Laura is even due to support Matt Cardle on his tour once tours and gigging kicks off, which'll no doubt help her grow as and artist playing to a new crowd every night.

Her vocals are so sweet and soothing, which just help the track power on so much that you end up wanting to replay the track over and over again. It's such a happy and upbeat track that you can't help but have a warm feeling once you finish listening to it.

Speaking about the track Laura says - " ... "I Believed" is a song about self belief. Ignoring the voices in your head that tell you that you can't. Defying small town expectations. Standing up against your own limiting beliefs and manifesting something better in life by getting out of your own head, stopping the negative thought cycle and actually getting shit done."

With Laura already releasing an album 15 years ago it really does sound like she's refined her sound and found herself here, "I Believed" is a fantastic track to listen to and we feel that once the country gets back to 'normal' she will be an artist many people will flock to see. So head on down and check out the addictive track "I Believed" now.