Lucy Rose – An Exclusive Interview

The Rabbit and Reel

Words by Naomi Jeffreys

There is always a crossover between genres, film and theatre, music and art. Without music, film would be a completely different medium. The Rabbit Film was fortunate enough to grab a few words with the wonderful Lucy Rose.

Lucy Rose, this is an artist who is making waves in the music world. Wonderfully British, down to earth, and incredible live, this is a singer-songwriter who has a lot going for her. Her music has interesting rhythms, acoustic strumming and a fairytale quality to her music; Lucy Rose is one to watch.

Born in Warwickshire in 1989, after finishing school aged eighteen, she moved to London to pursue her music career. After lots of hard graft, of gigging in pubs and bars around London, she became friends with the Bombay Bicycle Club boys and featured vocals on their album, Flaws and A Different Kind of Fix.

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