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girlhouse

Saturday, November 11th, 8:00 p.m.

If you like indie-pop, you'll LOVE this. Girlhouse is performing at the Whole Music Club in Coffman Memorial Union on November 11th, and tickets are available now! https://z.umn.edu/girlhouse

$5 Student Tix / $10 General Public Tix

Doors at 7:30 pm, Show at 8:00 pm

Meet girlhouse

Lauren Luiz, the lead singer in girlhouse, began her career as an actress in her early twenties. She began in Portland where she starred in NBC hit series Grimm. She then migrated to LA and got her first big break in a production of Spring Awakening which brought her to New York to perform on Broadway and at The White House for President Barack Obama. Once back in LA, she met her future band mate/producer Tyler Thompson, with whom she had an instant creative connection.

The pair formed their first musical venture WILD with another band mate, which became a huge force on the US folk-pop scene. They then released many singles and an album that were great successes. Lauren also spent time writing music for herself, which led to the formation of girlhouse. This is a solo project that Lauren felt was more in keeping with who she was as an artist and gave her a creative outlet to drive her own passions.

Fast forward to today and girlhouse has released four exceptional and critically acclaimed EPs — which spawned the singles "you don't think about me," "cool guy," "paul blart mall cop," "concussion," "pretty girl in LA," and many more and has amassed over 20 million streams. She's toured with Sabrina Carpenter, The Wrecks, and more, as well as opened for Halsey last summer. girlhouse has been features in over 15 different music blogs, magazines, and billboards, and has also been named in Spotify and Apples new music playlists. Her music offers us all a window into her soul and creates a bright and sweeping world for us all to enjoy.

Meet Judah Zoe

Judah Zoe is an 18-year old singer-songwriter from the Twin Cities. Since the age of 12, she has been writing and performing music all over the Twin Cities that expresses her story, and hopes to connect others to theirs. Today, she continues to prioritize the expression of herself and others through music, hopefully through a recorded project in the future!

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