IRON MAIDEN Bassist's Daughter Strips Down For U.K.'s FHM Magazine

Lauren Harris — singer and daughter of legendary architect and bassist of IRON MAIDEN, Steve Harris — recently took part in a "revealing" photo session and interview with the U.K. edition of the FHM magazine. Check it out at FHM.com. Larger scans can be found at Female Cele.

A 13-minute audio interview with Lauren Harris conducted by Norway's Metal Express Radio has been posted online at this location.

Lauren Harris released her new single, "Your Turn", worldwide on January 1 at one second past midnight as the first "official" release of 2009.

This groundbreaking event, in conjunction with worldwide music distribution giants, The Orchard was the brainchild of Quite Great Communications' marketing team, Redlands, and was the first of its type.

"Your Turn" is taken from Lauren's critically acclaimed debut album "Calm Before The Storm", which features performances from her father on a number of tracks — the first time he has played on anything besides a MAIDEN track, ever!

An original rock chick, Lauren is no stranger to touring around the world. She has already performed in front of millions worldwide and will again be wowing audiences with her energetic stage presence on her upcoming world tour.

"Calm Before The Storm" is an eclectic mix of high-energy pop-rock tracks and has already received rave reviews in the alternative press. Lauren is now launching a full-on assault on the British public.

Her catchy power-pop songs draw comparisons to American acts such as the DONNAS and PARAMORE as well as more mainstream artists such as AVRIL LAVIGNE and PINK but with a distinctly British attitude and sound.

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