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Laura Comfort: The Comfort Zone
Reviewed by Urbanfairy on 15 Sep 2010
Fall into your comfort zone with Laura Comfort and her exciting new album, ‘The Comfort Zone’. The self-written songs, featuring Laura’s fresh and calming instrumentals and vocals, are a welcome change from the electronic sounds we now hear so often on the radio.
Her insightful approach to pop music is refreshing and unique, and features beautiful melodies and acoustic undertones that are delivered with flair and charm.
In her brand new and much anticipated album, which features a wide variety of tracks, Laura’s voice is complimented by upbeat tempos and soft acoustics – a combination that many solo artists fail to pull off effectively.
The insightful and catchy vocals capture the sultry ambience of the album perfectly, and the album as a whole exudes a fun and youthful quality that makes sure this album really does have something for everybody.
For more information on Laura Comfort, and to see her exciting new video for her debut single ‘Take A Chance’, take a look at her website:

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Artist: Laura Comfort
Label: Comfortzone Records
Release Date: 15 Oct 2010
Genre: Other
Type: Album

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