Exclusive: Laurence Murray Project records Providence live in session for Backseat Mafia

Edinburgh-based Laurence Murray Project joined us for a stripped back rendition of their latest single Providence. Bringing in an acoustic guitar to replace the psychedelic grooves of the original, Laurence Murray gives a blissful performance reminiscent of John Mayer and the RnB greats.

The track was influenced by Laurence’s experiences teaching in refugee camps in the Middle East, saying it helped him gain “a newfound perspective on life and liberty”, while the track focuses on love, longing and dreams. On the recording, Laurence told us “This is an acoustic & stripped back version of our debut single “Providence” that I recorded whilst in quarantine in Ancona, Italy.”
“We’re planning on announcing the release date for our sophomore single from our debut album “Still” in the coming months.”

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