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An early demo caught the ear of Edith Bowman, it led to playing at Mumford & Sons club night and from there an ongoing creative friendship with Bombay Bicycle Club; Lucy Rose featured on the title track of their ‘Flaws’ album, duetting and touring with the band. All the while Lucy honed her craft. Like the ever-changing cityscape, she constructed and then deconstructed her songs. Some stayed, others went. Her journey has now led to her headline shows selling out in minutes and her postings on YouTube easily clocking views in the hundreds of thousands (the influential Watch Listen Tell session of her song Night Bus has received 300,000 views alone). The songs are hallmarked by Lucy’s flawed crystal voice, her wicked asides and skewed sense of humour. It is these contradictions that make Lucy Rose a young songwriter and performer beyond the average. Her songs may at their essence be delicate millefeuilles but every one of those thousand layers is glassy and barbed. The armchair listener can choose to wash them down with Lucy’s own brand of tea (now available at her gigs) Builder’s Grey™. No Lapsang or Orange Pekoe for this lass! Check out Lucy Rose right here on NEW!