The following news story appeared on the T&M homepage:



Brilliant punk songstress Louise Distras returned to the studio last week, where she has begun working on new material with producer Steve Whale and engineer Pat Collier for her second album, the much anticipated follow up to 2013s critically acclaimed debut long-player 'Dreams From The Factory Floor'.
U.K. Subs drummer Jamie Oliver drummed on Louise's fantastic first album and he joined Louise again last week to participate in the follow-up's recording, again, at Pat Collier's Perry Vale Studio.
The fabulous Uber Rock website recently reported that "...having been heralded for her ability to incorporate the acoustic guitar into riotous pop songs, Distras's star continues to rise in 2016 with the heavily anticipated follow up to her critically acclaimed debut 'Dreams from the Factory Floor'.
The past three years has seen Louise Distras cutting her teeth across the UK, Europe, Canada and the USA with the likes of Billy Bragg, Buzzcocks, Stiff Little Fingers and The Damned, taking in festival appearances at Glastonbury, Bearded Theory, Rebellion, Camden Rocks and Punk Rock Bowling (USA) whilst receiving notable praise from The Guardian, Big Cheese,New Noise and Big Takeover magazines aswell as BBC Radio 1, XFM, Team Rock Radio, and KROQ who have all accurately pinpointed Distras' sound as "the rebirth of British punk; reinvented for a new generation"...

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