In 2015, her debut LP 'Dreams from the Factory Floor' was released worldwide to critical acclaim. Produced by Steve Whale (The Business) and featuring Mick Talbot (Style Council) the album balances propulsive, old-school punk anthems with assertive, socially-aware folk-punk.
In February 2018 Distras announced she was in Oakland CA recording her sophomore album with producer Ross Petersen (Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow, Goo Goo Dolls). Two months later she returned with ‘Land Of Dope And Glory’, two-minutes-and-eighteen-seconds of buzzing anthemic punk rock that is a fired-up two-fingered salute to consumer manipulation from big business and state, it’s words delivered directly with an infectious chorus designed to spread the message far and wide.
It's the perfect teaser of what to expect come from the new album, showing that Louise’s talent for crafting powerful and direct messages with addictive melodies over righteous punk rock hooks has really come to the fore more than ever before. Hold tight. <br>