At the end of March, the lovely Lucy Rose is coming to Engine Rooms (previously known as Mo’ Club). With a new album on the horizon, that Lucy is putting the ‘finishing touches’ to, the night is sure to be full of both new and old material that will please all fans. Lucy Rose will be supported by the equally folky and atmospheric The Half Earth, one of her good friends.
Lucy initially came into the spotlight after collaborating on Bombay Bicycle Club’s third studio album A Different Kind of Fix, and her career has snowballed since. Her music emits a relaxing aura of folky instruments that showcase her beautiful voice.
Lucy’s debut album, Like I Used To, was released in September 2012 and a headline tour came with that too- so it has been a long wait for her fans. Hopefully her second album is not too far away and will be released before her coming tour. Fans have already been teased with the release of ‘Cover Up’ last June, which shows an exciting progression from Like I Used To with a more full-bodied sound compared to her previously more acoustic feel.
Tickets have already sold out for Lucy Rose’s London shows, but are still available for her appearance in Southampton’s small venue on 28th March!