Lucy Rose announces new album ‘Something’s Changing’

Her third album features The Staves, and Elena Tonra from Daughter.

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Ace tidings abound - Lucy Rose has announced her third album ‘Something’s Changing’. The record’s out on 14th July, and comes after she shared The Staves-featuring ‘Floral Dresses’ - the album’s lead single. The record as a whole is mainly inspired by a slightly bonkers trip Lucy took to Southern America, after a tonne of fans there asked her when she’d be visiting them to play. “If you book me a gig, I’ll come and stay,” she told them, and ended up falling back in love with music along the way. Accordingly, Lucy Rose’s album comes alongside a fly-on-the-wall documentary, filmed along the way. “The documentary is a big part of this record and I think it explains why that trip was important and why it lead to me making the record that I’ve made,” she explains in a press release. ”The trip gave me confidence to do things like record in just one take and the songs came more easily. The songs just came more naturally after that trip, and from feeling good, and from learning so much about myself. And it’s also that I feel the most comfortable in my own skin that I’ve ever felt in my life. So there is a lot of searching but there’s been a lot of discovery which is on this record as well.” ‘Something’s Changing’ features The Staves, Elena Tonra from Daughter, Bear’s Den’s Marcus Hamblett and Matthew and The Atlas’ Emma Gatrill, and sees Lucy Rose joining Communion Records. She’ll be taking the record on a cinema tour later this year, starting in - you guessed it - South America. Check out those tour dates and a new documentary trailer below

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