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Push Red Button For Help

When I was younger so much younger than today

 I never needed anybody’s help in any way

But now these days are gone, I’m not so self assured…

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SONG FOR THE WEEKEND - Our Eyes by Lucy Rose

The second track from this Warwickshire musician’s 2015 album ‘Work It Out’, and the one she claims to be her ‘most pop song’ to date. On the track commentary to the album, she speaks about how when she wrote it, she was feeling genuinely happy and grateful for the fact that there were people who actually believed in her and were funding her music, in contrast to the writing of the songs on her previous album, and this joy truly shines through in ‘Our Eyes’. 71 more words


LIVE REVIEW: Lucy Rose @ Winchester Discovery Centre (Acoustic tour)

Here’s a piece I did for Vulture Hound: http://vulturehound.co.uk/2016/01/lucy-rose-solo-tour-live-review/

A gig in a library? Are you sure? Lucy Rose talks about how doing this solo tour “is a bit peculiar”, but it definitely works in her favour, with her show at Winchester’s Discovery Centre proving to be a uniquely intimate affair. 497 more words


Lucy Rose - Gig Review 24/1/16

Is it sad to say that of all the gigs you’ve been to, you’ve seen one artist more times than any others put together? Probably – but I’d disagree, not simply because I am one such person, but because the artist in question is truly worth seeing again and again. 573 more words


Things I'm Bringing Back

In order to motivate my little self, I’ve been thinking about things that I used to do that excited me. Today, I’m revisiting things – whether they be activities, foods or artists. 767 more words


Lucy Rose @ The Macbeth 15th December 2015

This was only the 5th time I’d seen Lucy Rose live over the space of 4 years. At the age of 26 I first saw Rose back in 2011 when she played The Latest Music Bar as part of The Great Escape in Brighton. 1,518 more words


A long time fan of Neil Finn, I sometimes find it hard to discover new music where I feel the same connection.  Recently, (and it’s probably because they’re from Canada that I haven’t come upon them before – can you believe that?!), I have found a new source of amazing song-writing in a similar vein to Neil Finn. 120 more words