Lauren Henson, a.k.a. Indiana, is a singer-songwriter who rose to fame in 2015 after the release of her debut album No Romeo. She is particularly known for her single "Solo Dancing" which charted in the top 100 in the UK, Ireland, and Scotland.
She began writing songs in 2010 and taught herself to play the piano while she was temporarily storing her sister's piano. After uploading a cover of "Gabriel" to YouTube, she was approached by the song's writer John Beck to do a collaboration.
In July 2015, she released the EP State of Play.
She settled in Nottingham with her partner and their two children, Etta and Harvey.
She performed a cover of David Bowie's "Heroes" with the Script for Elizabeth II after the queen visited BBC Radio 1.