Squeak Lemaire releases first full-length album

SCARED of Silence is Squeak Lemaire's first full-length album.

The follow-up to Lemaire's debut EP Coins and Bottles (2013) will contain 10 new tracks, all of which were written by Squeak himself in his acoustic/indie/pop style.

The album was recorded in three different studios: Studios 301, Anderton Sound and Hydrofunk.

Lemaire (pictured) feels that this variety gives the album a chance to breathe.

"The tracks are all part of the same project, but evolved separately," he said.

Quite the concept for an 18-year-old recording artist.

"I've been trying to get the record done for the past year, but with school (Year 12 at Mt St Patrick's in Murwillumbah), HSC coming up, not to mention gigs every weekend, it's taken much longer than expected," he said.

Besides Lemaire on vocals and guitar, the album includes Riley Jones on guitar and backing vocals, Sebastian Jones on drums and Maxx Foggon on bass and backing vocals.

Scared of Silence is scheduled for release on Saturday, July 25, but Lemaire will be offering a sneak peek at the Kingscliff Beach Hotel this Sunday from 12.30pm.


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