Lauren Daigle's "Look Up Child" is Available Now
Today, platinum selling, two-time GRAMMY Award nominee Lauren Daigle has released her much anticipated sophomore album, Look Up Child. Its first single, "You Say," has received critical acclaim, debuting at No. 53 on the Billboard Hot 100, No. 5 on Billboard's all-genre Digital Song Sales List, and No. 2 on the all genre iTunes Chart. The official video has garnered over 16 million views in the first few weeks of its release, making it Lauren's fastest climbing single. It is available now through all retailers including Amazon, Apple Music, and Spotify.
"I cannot believe today is the day! Look Up Child has been in the works for so long and this body of work holds such a special place in my heart," shares Lauren. "I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone thinks of the album and playing the new music on the road!"
Lauren will embark on her first headlining theatre tour in support of Look Up Child on September 27th. Presented by Food for the Hungry, the tour will kick off in Cincinnati and will make 40 stops throughout the US, including 17 sold out dates, before wrapping with two Nashville performances at the historic Ryman Auditorium in March 2019. A list of tour dates and tickets are available here: https://laurendaigle.com/tour/
Lauren Daigle is a two-time Billboard Music Award winner, a two-time Grammy nominee and an American Music Award winner. With a voice that is both smoky and sweet, Daigle has forged a unique sound that is reminiscent of the soulful, heart-in-throat vulnerability of Adele mixed with the raw power of Amy Winehouse. Her ability to connect with her audience has captured critical acclaim and recognition as the fastest-selling new artist for her genre of the last decade. Her debut album, How Can It Be, was certified platinum by the RIAA and produced three certified Gold singles.
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