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Track Review: Sorry My Love, It’s You Not Me //

This track is the latest offering from 32 year old Obaro Ejimiwe, better known by the stage name of Ghostpoet. Taken from his latest album Shedding Skin, ‘Sorry My Love, It’s You Not Me’ allows us to once again witness Ghostpoet’s captivating story-telling talents, as he cathartically depicts the emptiness of a one-night-stand and the […]Read More

Song of the Week (10th August): Our Eyes // Lucy

Following the success of her debut album Like I Used To, Lucy Rose is back with the gloriously summery offering ‘Our Eyes’. Released in April of this year, ‘Our Eyes’ is the first track from Lucy Rose’s second album Work It Out. Undeniably this is one of Rose’s more experimental tracks, encompassing the perfect combination of slightly husky vocal with a […]Read More

Album Review: Work It Out // Lucy Rose

Lucy Rose’s latest album, Work It Out, is a stellar sophomore effort from the Surrey born singer-songwriter. Taking and building on the delicate vocal prominent in her 2012 debut, Like I Used To, Rose’s vocal abilities have reached new soaring heights. The record is carefully constructed so that the tracks flow into one another seamlessly, […]Read More

Track Review: Like An Arrow // Lucy Rose

Since releasing her debut album Like I Used To back in 2012, indie folk singer-songwriter Lucy Rose has earned herself a dedicated following of mellow music lovers. With a similar vibe to the likes of Laura Marling, Gabrielle Aplin and Daughter, Lucy Rose produces easy but beautiful listening that’s very hard not to love. ‘Like […]Read More

Interview: Lucy Rose

Before her gig in Brighton on Tuesday, we managed to grab a chat with Lucy Rose backstage at Concorde. The singer-songwriter from Warwickshire has risen up through the music industry after moving to London aged 18,  and with her debut Like I Used To being released in 2012 she has since been constantly evolving her sound.  […]Read More

Live Review: Lucy Rose // Concorde, Brighton 17.03.15

Last Tuesday, Lucy Rose brought her 18 date UK tour to Brighton and made the big claim that it was her favourite and biggest show yet.  The show was opened by The Half Earth, who consisted of Connor, his guitar and his keyboard player Ben who was referred to throughout as Hashtag Ben.  The Half […]Read More