Vocalist/songwriter and Christian worship innovator Lou Fellingham was a founding person in British Christian rock-band Phatfish. She was raised in the Western Sussex town of Turners Hill in Britain, and in her teenagers she sang in the neighborhood Christian organizations Turners Hill Mob and 4th Sizing. She became a member of Brighton music group Phatfish in 1994, and four years later on wedded fellow bandmember Nathan Fellingham. The few continued to possess three children collectively and the family members attended Chapel of Christ the Ruler, where these were frequently involved with leading musical tasks and worship. Together with her use Phatfish, Fellingham branched out into single documenting. She released her debut single recording, Treasure, in 2006. Her follow-up, Guaranteed Land, gained a Yellow metal Award through the Christian Broadcasting Council in the “Worship Recording of 2008” category. Pursuing her solo achievement, subsequent tours using the music group were entitled Phatfish & Lou Fellingham because they incorporated a few of her tracks into their arranged lists. 2010 noticed the discharge of Fellingham’s third single outing. Step In to the Light premiered having a concert in the Komedia in Brighton, which sold-out. Her continued single successes resulted in multiple invites to seem over the BBC’s Music of Compliment. In 2014, the vocalist/songwriter released her 4th record, Fascinate, and she implemented that up in 2017 with her initial live record, This Adjustments Everything, that was recorded on the Old Market Movie theater in Brighton.