- 13 Jul 17
With her third album Something’s Changing about to be released, Warwickshire-born singer-songwriter Lucy Rose explains how her Twitter tour of Latin America renewed her love of music and changed her approach to recording.
“I haven’t played a huge amount in Ireland so I’m really looking forward to Longitude,” declares singer-songwriter Lucy Rose. “I’ve played Whelan’s quite a few times, but that’s about it. I feel like I’ll only ever play Whelan’s. It’s like I’ve made a decision and I’m just gonna play Whelan’s forever! It’s such a cool little venue.”
With her alt-folk inspired third album, Something’s Changing, due to drop later this month, the Warwickshire-born 28-year-old has a busy summer ahead.
“I’m playing quite a few festivals this year,” she explains. “I’m actually just back from Glastonbury, which was as brilliant as ever. I really love Latitude and I really love Bestival, so I’m doing both of those which I’m really excited about. Then I’ve got some other ones like Godiva Festival in Coventry, which is always really fun. I think that one is free entry, which is nice.”