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‘Melete’ is the first single to be taken from Laurence Made Me Cry’s forthcoming EP ‘Titans’ Daughters’. Produced by Swansea based musician Simon Parton, ‘Melete’ is a gentle and brooding exploration of heartbreak. The track sees Whitby delve further into the world of electronica, swapping her folk guitar style for minimalist piano paired together with the ambient lushness of Parton’s beats and synths.

‘Titans’ Daughters’, originally planned to be LMMC’s second album following on from the 2013 Welsh Music Prize nominated debut ‘The Diary Of Me’, is a two-part EP release, the second of which will be out later in the year.

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I couldn’t lose you, not this time
But I was sure you’d know by now
Is this what you really want?
Well, I’ll be ok
Is this what you really want?

I gave it too much thought, I tried to keep you
We never made it that far, we never made it at all
I couldn’t help myself around you
I couldn’t help myself

Practice makes perfect sense
Put it all together and try again
Practice makes perfect sense

I was ready
She wasn’t ready
No

We can take a step back, just be friends
I’d do it again, I’d do it again
We can take a step back, just be friends

Practice makes perfect sense

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released February 8, 2016

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Laurence Made Me Cry Glasgow, UK

Laurence Made Me Cry is multi-instrumentalist and folk pop songstress Jo Whitby. Currently splitting her time between Glasgow and the Highlands of Scotland.

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