Originally from Oxfordshire, music has always been essential to Stuart Lawrence, as a method of escape with its cathartic effects, and he is primarily self taught. Actually, anything creative helps him feel at ease. Drawing, painting, and creating are all forms of expression. 

He wrote: "Some songwriters use their life experiences as the source of the inspiration for their lyrics. I do not, not even slightly, I am just a storyteller, it's all pure fiction, another part of my creativity." 

His new album is called "One" and it's comprised of 12 songs for 55 minutes of music. The album has a slow start with the opener/title track, very atmospheric thanks to an amazing arrangement. On the same page is "Tanuja", smooth and relaxed. My favourite moments of the album are the energetic ones "To the limit" with inspired electric guitars and catchy vocals, the percussions on "Questions"  "Screaming Blue Murder" and "Avoid traffic jams" with great guitar melodies and the vocal lines of the final and dreamy "Chasing dreams", definitely a good way to close the album.

Overall a very interesting singer/songwriter album, well written and performed with lots of chilling moments and some more rock/upbeat ones. Give it a go by clicking on the Spotify player below and remember to follow Stuart Lawrence on social media.

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Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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