LUCY ROSE – ” Is This Called Home “

Posted: April 29, 2017 in MUSIC
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On 7th July singer songwriter Lucy Rose will be unleashing her much-anticipated new album “Somethings Changing” and to up the anticipation just that little bit more, she’s shared the video for brand new single ‘Is This Called Home.’

Filmed on location in the Lake District, the new clip is also Lucy’s directorial debut. And might we say, it’s a very fine way to step into the world of directing. It’s been inspired by a moment in the studio, where her violin player Andrew improvised strings to the movement of producer Tim Bidwell’s dancing, which would eventually become the ending to the song. She then contacted dancer Jonathan Lutwyche to collaborate on the video.

In a statement, Lucy said: “I wanted to capture exactly that in Jonathan’s dance. I had no idea how it was going to look, but I was completely blown away with the sheer emotion he let out in one take. This video was the first take of the day and much of it was improvised on the spot. I think it’s truly beautiful to watch him dance in one of the most beautiful places in the world, The Lake District.”

Jonathan added: “In this video I’m trying to convey passion about something, in my case dance. When I first heard the song, it really touched me and it just made me want to get up and dance so that’s basically what I did. No matter how many times we fall down in life you just have to get up and carry on and to me that’s what this dance really meant to me and I feel like people will really feel the same way after hearing and watching what Lucy and I have created together.”

This is the official video for Is This Called Home by Lucy Rose, taken off the new album Something’s Changing out on the 7th July.


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