British singer-songwriter Lucy Rose returns to perform in Bangalore on the 27th of May, Saturday. While you might have caught her performance the last time she was in the city, this performance promises to be a special one. It’s important to note that her next album, Something’s Changing, and this tour were actually inspired by another tour. Last year, Lucy Rose made her way down to Latin America, playing intimate gigs and staying with fans. What this resulted in is a whole lot of inspiration and short documentary to accompany the album release. The documentary serves as a fly-on-the-wall account of what it was like for Lucy to be out on an independently organised tour. What that’s resulted in is her touring along with the documentary as a support act on what’s been called the ‘Worldwide Cinema Tour’.
While Something’s Changing isn’t out until the 7th of July, we’ve still got a taste of what the album might sound like.
With her third LP, Lucy Rose seems to continue to mature as a songwriter. In a day and age where it’s common for music to sound canned and processed, Lucy’s vocal melodies and stripped down arrangements are a breath of fresh air, reminiscient of the likes of Joni Mitchell. Something’s Changing is also going to feature collaborations with Daughter’s Elena Tonra, Bear’s Den’s Marcus Hamblett and Matthew, The Atlas’ Emma Gatrill, as well as The Staves.
The Indigo XP crew is going to be there for the gig, providing you with live updates on our Instagram and Twitter accounts. If you happen to miss out on the gig (which you really shouldn’t) stay tuned for updates and a review after the gig!