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Interview: Lotte Mullan singer-songwriter

'I'm inspired by the human condition, ups and downs and in-betweens'

I don't really think of myself as a singer. I know that sounds silly, because I am. For me, what's important is the song, and the message you're trying to send through that. The voice is just a vehicle for me.

I try not to over-think it. Having said that, I have trained in some breath control and warm-ups and so on, so as to not lose my voice. I also spent a lot of time copying other singers, before I realised it's best just to sing in your ...

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