Spitfire Audio’s LABS has announced the new FreeForms Series, where artists are invited to make and release a track using LABS instruments.

Each one of these tracks will be available to buy on a pay what you want basis via the LABS Bandcamp page and the artist’s own Bandcamp page, with all proceeds going towards a charity or organization of the artist’s choosing.

For the inaugural release, rising star Léa Sen shares her new track ‘Game Over’, in which she has used LABS instruments Lap Steel, Tape Piano, Glass Piano, Astral Forms, and Organic Textures.

Léa is a 23 year old singer, producer and artist, born and raised in Paris and now residing in London. Within three years of moving over to London, she has released one EP and worked with the likes of Joy Orbison, Vegyn and Warp Records’ Wu-Lu with plenty more in store for 2023.

A LABS user since 17 years old, Léa perfectly demonstrates how she uses the instruments with her own distinctly haunting voice, production and guitar playing.

The new track, ‘Game Over’ is available to buy on a pay-what-you-want basis with the money raised being donated to Léa’s chosen charity, Artists In Transit – a collaborative arts community delivering creative workshops to communities and people in times of need.

“I can just make up my own identity, for myself, and making music, sampling, using libraries, or using sounds…it’s a way for you to create yourself, really, through your music.” – Léa Sen

More artists in the Freeforms Series will be announced in due course.

More information: LABS Freeforms Series