Liz Horsman is a songwriter, composer, engineer and producer, known for her work with Gabrielle Aplin, Rudimental and Tom Walker as well as on TV and Films.
As a composer Liz has worked on a variety of TV and film projects. Most recently Liz finished writing and producing the two end credit songs for the animated film “The Amazing Maurice”, staring Hugh Laurie and Emilia Clarke.
Liz’s music has also featured on East New York for CBS, The Circle and Back With The Ex for Netflix, as well as various shows on ITV, BBC and Channel 4.
2023 began with “Phosphorescent”, Gabrielle Aplin’s 4th studio album, claiming highest new Billboard and Official Chart entry as well as iTunes number one. Liz co-wrote and co-produced 4 tracks on the album and engineered it all at The Lark’s Tongue.
Liz started her music career with Brit Pop label Food in 1999, releasing her debut album “Heavy High” followed by “Roaming” both to critical acclaim. But she soon realised that the studio was her spiritual home and so she turned her attention to producing and writing for other artists.
In 2009 Liz and husband Mike Spencer bought an old dairy farm in Buckinghamshire, UK, and converted it into the now legendary Lark’s Tongue Studio. Together they work with some of the UK’s biggest artists – Rudimental, John Newman, Rizzle Kicks, Emeli Sandé, Tom Walker and Years & Years among many others.
“The composer, songwriter and producer loved working with Gabrielle Aplin, listening to Sam Fender, Usna and Little Simz, and watching the sun come up.”
“Right now is all that matters. If you spend any time worrying about yesterday or tomorrow then you are wasting precious life minutes.”
“I realize that I am also still learning and I love that. I don’t feel I need to prove myself and that’s very liberating.”