Laura Macfarlane

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Laura Macfarlane, formerly known as Lora Macfarlane, is a Scottish-born rock and roll musician, singer and songwriter based in Australia. Originally from Glasgow, she arrived with her parents in Perth when young, and was involved in a number of bands there from the late 1980s onward. She relocated to Melbourne in the early 1990s, playing with hardcore punk band Manic Pizza and forming The Sea Haggs/Keckle (involving long-time collaborator Iain McIntyre) and Popemobile (with Ben Butler). In 1995, she went to Seattle and began playing drums in Sleater-Kinney. She appears as the drummer on their self-titled debut, Sleater-Kinney, on which she also sings a track titled "Lora's Song". She also drums and sings backups on their seminal follow up album Call the Doctor. She subsequently returned to Melbourne and founded ninetynine, initially as a solo project. Ninetynine soon became a band, and have since released eight albums and toured the world's indie scenes many times.

She is currently a member of Lee Memorial, featuring Karl Smith of Sodastream and Matt Bailey of The Paradise Motel.

Laura Macfarlane has played a variety of instruments on a number of records, including vibraphone, Casiotone keyboards, drums, and guitar. She has played with numerous other bands, including Clag, Disaster Plan, and New Buffalo.

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