Lucy Rose

As Z. travels across the UK this month, we bring you Lucy Rose – a talented singer-songwriter who grew up in the same lyrically fertile plain as Shakespeare, who has made albums filled with twisty tales of sharp tongued, black-hearted people searching for redemption, and navigating the rough rivers of a kind of supernatural sorrow that refuses to let us go as we grow up.
On her newest “No Words Left”, Lucy has gone back to her roots a bit, forsaking the glossy Brit-pop direction that some of the powers-that-be wanted to push her in, and peeling back her sound so that what we hear is just the thorny pure fruit inside. The result is intense. Interlocking singing conversations in the tone of a toothy, hushed scream, as she questions our relationships with ourselves and maybe even God, to find who we really are behind the suffocating velvet gauze of our multiple social media personalities.

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