Monday, October 14, 2013

Lucy Rose "Like I Used To"

It's been nearly one year since the release of her debut album Like I Used To and she's been busy catching the eye of many respectable publications such as Nylon Magazine who described her as "The belle of London's indie-folk scene" and BBC who went on to say," Lucy Rose is absolutely outstanding. A Brilliant Brilliant voice."

Rose began recording her debut album in 2012 at her parents house in Warwickshire, England, signing to Columbia Records shortly after, which lead her to a tour with the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club and Noah and the Whale. It's not hard to see why she has been consistently turning heads with her unique and impressive vocals heard throughout the 11 track album. Starting with the opener, "Red Face," features her gentle vocals with an array of tempo changes that keep the song interesting. Her fragile vocals are also accompanied with the perfect amount of percussion and guitar, heard on the albums first single "Middle of the Bed," which can be heard below. The beautifully composed "Shiver," is another standout track featuring straight forward subject matter, again highlighting her smokey and delicate vocals, while "Bikes" showcases a more fun, upbeat and rebellious side. Overall Like I Used To is a captivating debut album that showcases the young and upcoming artists impressive vocal abilities that are accompanied by the perfect amount of instrumentation.

Lucy Rose is currently on an extensive fall tour supporting City and Colour along with a considerable amount of headlining shows. She's been known to put on a mesmerizing unforgettable performance so be sure to check out dates near you at


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