|Birth name||Laura Naukkarinen|
|Also known as||Lau Nau|
|Born||1980 (age 36–37)
|Genres||Folk, psychedelic folk, experimental|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, musician|
|Associated acts||Päivänsäde, Kiila, Avarus, Hertta Lussu Ässä, Anaksimandros, Maailma|
Lau Nau or Laura Naukkarinen, (born 1980) is a singer-songwriter and musician from Helsinki, Finland. She is also a member of free improv and psychedelic folk bands Kiila, Päivänsäde, the Anaksimandros, Avarus, Maailma, and the trio Hertta Lussu Ässä formed by fellow acid folk singer-songwriters Islaja and Kuupuu. Her sound has been likened to the cooing of doves.
She's credited as playing anything from "colorful juice glasses" and "witch laugh megaphone" to "beer cans." She played on the 2008 edition of the State-X New Forms Festival.
Lau Nau lives in the Finnish countryside of Kimito island with her husband and two sons.
- Kuutarha (Locust, 2005)
- Nukkuu (Locust, 2008)
- Valohiukkanen, (Fonal, 2012)
- Hem. Någonstans (Fonal, 2015)
- HEM. Någonstans. Fonal. Retrieved 2015-07-07.
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