Liberty Festival, London - 30 August 2014

Louise will be appearing at the Mayor of London's Liberty Festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday, 30 August 2014.
Taking place as part of National Paralympic Day, the event attracts large crowds, both disabled and non-disabled, and showcases the talents of deaf and disabled artists.
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Single Release - “Help Me”

“Help Me”, the first single from the new album, “Diary of a Lost Girl” was released on 31 March 2014 on digital download!
 

Review of "Diary of a Lost Girl"

Having made an impact originally in the 1980s as a vocalist with Sunset Gun, and then with 4AD stalwarts, This Mortal Coil, Louise disappeared from the music scene, but has spent almost seven years creating her solo debut.

Review of "Diary of a Lost Girl"

This debut solo album from Glasgow-based chanteuse Louise Rutkowski has been a long time coming. Rutkowski fronted soul pop band Sunset Gun in the 1980s, was a guest vocalist for 4AD supergroup This Mortal Coil and Ivo Watts-Russell's follow-up project The Hope Blister, and collaborated with composer Craig Armstrong in the 1990s as The Kindness of Strangers.

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