Live Gig Video: Lucy Rose shares acoustic performance of ‘Our Eyes’ ahead of new live album

By on Thursday, 27th October 2016 at 4:00 pm
 

Lucy Rose has spent the past year doing something that I reckon would be great character building for any musician who has taken his her art and vocation for granted. She chose to tour the UK, Europe and even Latin America with an acoustic set, going back to a grass roots level, living with fans when she toured abroad when she probably could have afforded a hotel room. This was good experience for the singer/songwriter, who upon returning decided she wanted to release an album made up of acoustic performances.

‘Live at Urchin Studios’, which is scheduled for release on the 9th of December 2016 on Rose Records via Red Essential, was recorded in somewhat extraordinary circumstances. Performing only with one band member, cellist Alex Eichenberger, and over a 1-hour period live in front of an audience, the LP includes fan favourites from Lucy Rose’s debut album ‘Like I Used To’ and 2015’s ‘Work It Out’. As a taster to the release, Lucy has shared with us the live performance of ‘Our Eyes’ from the 2015 album, an emotional number that sees her on piano. Watch it below. For more TGTF’s coverage on Lucy Rose, follow this link.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlkidcjscS4[/youtube]

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