Posts Tagged ‘Somethings Changing’

Lucy Rose has been around for a little while, but is one of those artists that just keeps getting better & better. She’s sublime, I think as a songwriter , It will be really interesing to watch her further progress in 2018 . Lucy’s third album ‘Something’s Changing’, released a mini-documentary and gone on a tour of cinemas across the country.

As 2018 begins Lucy’s not putting her feet up with a cuppa. Instead, she’s shared a brand new track, ‘End Up Here’, which was recorded during the sessions for ‘Something’s Changing’. It’s a sparse, guitar-led number that puts Lucy’s vocals and words at the forefront.

This is the official video for ‘End Up Here’ by Lucy Rose

Lucy Rose’s splendid return ‘Something’s Changing’ was another record we’ve had listening too on heavy rotation since the summer. After you’ve dug into the stunning record, watch the moving documentary of the same name to learn about the inspiration behind the songs.

Something’s Changing is out now on Communion Records.

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I’ve always loved making music videos and if I could I would make one for every song. I especially wanted to make a video for ‘All That Fear’ and came up with the idea to film a video where the only thing that changed in each shot was the placement of natural light.

My husband Will Morris filmed this in our hotel room in Brisbane using the light coming in from our one window. It was our first night in Australia, I was pretty jetlagged, had no makeup on, unwashed hair and I had nothing to hide. I wanted to show you a side of me that for so long I wouldn’t have shown anyone and a side of me I’ve grown to love. The natural me, the real me.

I think music can show so many different sides of a person and I wanted this video to reflect that. Once we had filmed it we sent the files from Australia to England and my friend George Cotterhill (who filmed my video for ‘Is This Called Home’) edited together the footage for us and here’s the end result.  Lucy Rose

Something’s Changing’, the album, out now

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I’m very proud to present the music video I made recently for ‘Strangest Of Ways’.  says Lucy Rose, I thought long and hard about what sort of video I wanted to make to go with the song and for a long time I couldn’t think of anything. And then I remembered an e-mail that I received back in July 2017 when I was doing my worldwide cinema tour showing my documentary about my trip around Latin America.

The e-mail was from the father of a girl called Zoe who had come to my show. Instead of enjoying the documentary, Zoe had found it a hard watch as it made her think about all the things she wanted to do with her life but felt like she couldn’t because of her illnesses and disability.  The next time I saw Zoe was at my Bristol show in November and I asked her if she would be interested in being in my next music video and hopefully we could make something that would make her feel the complete opposite that she felt watching my Latin American documentary.

I asked her to choose a place she’s always wants to go and we would find the time to do it. Last week we boarded a plane and went on one hell of adventure together,

Official video for ‘Strangest Of Ways’ taken from the album ‘Something’s Changing’, out now –

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So today my brand new music video for ‘Second Chance’ is out in the world. I had the idea to make this video with Elinor Barker, the amazing British Olympian cyclist and by some sort of miracle she said yes to the idea. I then found Joe Connor to direct the video, I’m a huge fan of his work and couldn’t quite believe it when he said yes too. So making the video was really special to me. I wanted it to tell the story of the song, which is inspired by my great aunt who was looking at an old photo of herself and said ‘look how lovely I was, it’s funny that I could have never thought that at the time and it’s only when I’m older looking back I can really appreciate myself for who I am.’

This is the official video for ‘Second Chance’ by Lucy Rose, taken from the new album ‘Something’s Changing’.

Lucy Rose announces UK headline tour for November

“Something’s Changing” is released on the 7th July through Communion Records. The album will be accompanied by a stunning short documentary, acting as a fly-on- the-wall account of Lucy’s debut tour of Latin America last year.  The trip, organised independently by Lucy with the help of her Latin American fans, became a huge inspiration for the record and the film is an intimate account of how it all came together.

The Documentary will act as Lucy’s support act for the Worldwide Cinema Tour. With a new partnership with Communion Records and an exciting new band for touring, Lucy Rose is as revitalised as it gets. This year for some dates she’ll tour alongside the documentary, returning to Latin America first and then India, Europe, the US and Asia. Her heart and soul stuffed backpack is going to see a lot more airports. And if “Something’s Changing” does the job it should do, she’ll finally get the recognition she deserves as one of the UK’s best songwriters, and a true believer in the power of music.

Lucy Rose has announced a pretty extensive headline tour that includes the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire in London. The tour comes in support of her latest album, Something’s Changing, which was released last week via Communion Records.

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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.