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Look Up, Lauren Daigle

The Christian-pop singer returned to her roots and scored a breakout in Look Up Child. She chats with EW about her surprise hit record.

WHEN 21-YEAR-OLD Lauren Daigle tagged along to an indie artist retreat on a last-minute invitation from a local band, she had no idea her life was about to change. “All I heard was: ‘Free trip to the mountains,’”

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