is proud to host the premiere of Louise Aubrie's new video for 'Too Late'.

Hot on the heels of her single Winter Dolour, which picked up support from BBC 6Music, Radio 2 and many stations throughout the UK, indie/pop-punk artist Louise Aubrie releases her 3rd album Late44 and the follow up single Too Late.

Packed full of perfectly formed pop songs with splashes of early Blondie, The Ramones, and The Go Gos, London born Aubrie’s inspiration to name the album Late44 came while writing songs in New York and using the dialling code +44 to phone the UK late at night.

Opening track Masterstroke with its arresting ‘Stooges’ style guitar intro, sets the mood of the LP with its unpretentious, straight ahead production, live garage feel and lyrical tales of modern love and life in NYC. The new single Too Late (track 5), with its Joey Ramone style lead vocal and angular chord changes is full of punk-style energy and tells a story of two people’s clandestine love affair which falls apart overtime.

With musicians like guitarist Tom Edwards (Adam Ant, Roddy Frame, Edwyn Collins), bass player Joe Holweger (Adam Ant, Sophie Ellis Bexter), drummer David Ruffy (The Ruts, The Waterboys, Kirsty MacColl) plus Morrissey’s MD and co-writer Boz Boorer, Late44 boasts an impressive musical pedigree. All recorded at the world famous Abbey Road Studios by producer James Knight, whose credits include The Kooks, Ellie Goulding, Cee Lo Green and James Morrison, giving the album a fresh feel and current sound.

Other key tracks on Late44 include previous single Winter Dolour, about over-indulgence in NYC post Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Perfect Battle Cry and its ‘Duane Eddy’ style guitar riffs and story of warring relationships, the tracks Next to Nothing and Kiss of Life with their CBGB’s/Talking Heads feel in the music, and closing track Please Don’t Touch with its tribal drums and arresting guitar intro.

Louise Aubrie is a London born artist who splits her time between her hometown and New York City, bringing together her indie post-punk roots with rock and pop melodies. It was during her years in New York that she surrounded herself with the best musicians and developed her signature sound.

Having built up a following on America’s East Coast playing venues like New York’s Bowery Electric & Rockwood Music Hall, Louise already has two albums behind her; Fingers Crossed in 2010 and Time Honoured Alibi in 2013, which included the single Where Are You - a top 5 in the Digital Radio Tracker’s National US Airplay Independent Chart and the most requested release on LA’s Indie 104 station. Now back in London, Louise is going to be promoting her third album Late44 into the New Year. For more info & gig dates please visit her website.