Lotte Mullan came up with the idea of a song as a gift when she was away on tour and realised that it was the evening of 14th February and she had forgotten about Valentine’s Day. She wrote and recorded Valentine Song and posted it up online for her Husband. Not only did he love it but thousands of others did too and they shared it online with their loved ones. Not long after it was picked up by film director Ridley Scott who featured it as the central theme to his short film Kismet Diner which won first prize in the Manhattan Short Film festival. The song became a Youtube hit and Lotte began receiving many requests to write bespoke song commissions.
Having toured all over the UK and Europe with her critically acclaimed debut album Plain Jane, Lotte traveled to Nashville to record the follow up with American Rockers Band Of Horses. Having toured extensively with the new record Love's Bonfire Lotte is now back in her London studio recording her next album and working on bespoke songs for loved ones the world over.
Lotte Mullan in the press
“Say hi to Suffolk’s Joni Mitchell’ Q
“A young Loretta Lynn” The Telegraph
“Veers engagingly between Laura Marling vulnerability and the tender end of pop” Mojo
“She cuts through the ostentatious eccentricities of other female artists currently dominating the charts” Independent on Sunday