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2021.09.28 Skout at City Winery Nashville-33
2021.09.28 Skout at City Winery Nashville-33

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2021.08.22 Skout Photoshoot-12
2021.08.22 Skout Photoshoot-12

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2021.09.28 Skout at City Winery Nashville-33
2021.09.28 Skout at City Winery Nashville-33

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Skout is the musical alter-ego of Nashville-based singer, songwriter, and guitarist Laura Valk best known for smart, introspective storytelling seamlessly weaved between show-stopping acoustic guitar work. Most often writing and performing alongside her best friend and longtime collaborator Connor Gladney, Skout boasts the guitar chops of Ben Howard, the live show energy of Johnnyswim, and the lyrical prowess of Phoebe Bridgers. 


Skout’s independent releases have topped the Spotify Viral charts online and grabbed the attention of multiple platinum recording artists in-person. After seeing them live, Adam Duritz of Counting Crows remarked, “they just blew my mind…they are both incredible guitar players.” American Songwriter praised her latest single, “Nothing At All” as the embodiment of “Folk song honesty, pop melody magnetism, and sheer music precision.” Skout’s work has tackled difficult topics like anxiety, depression, and loss, while still maintaining a mesmerizing, upbeat live show. Skout has shared the stage with Eric Hutchinson, the War & Treaty, Delta Rae, ZZ Ward, Will Evans, Bailen, and many others. Proudly independent, her music has been featured by American Songwriter, Earmilk, Popmatters, GroundSounds, Music Connection, Taylor Guitars, MTV and NBC.


“Folk song honesty, pop melody magnetism, and sheer musical precision”

     — Kira Grunenberg, American Songwriter

“Skout embodies all the messy streams of thought that tend to overflow and lap on the shores of consciousness”

     — Valeria Kolomiets, Earmilk

“They just blew my mind. They are both incredible guitar players”

     — Adam Duritz (Counting Crows), Underwater Sunshine

“The track [‘Dumb Little Life’] is an absolute gem – positive, powerful, uplifting, addicting. It’s pretty much impossible not to love this song..”

     — Jake Craney, Ground Sounds

"[These Bones'] beautifully intimate delivery, building from a tentativeness in its beginning moments into a burst of wide-open, rootsy expression at the peak of the song’s crescendo"

     — Jonathan Frahm, Pop Matters