Video of the Moment #2425: Lucy Rose

By on Thursday, 17th August 2017 at 6:00 pm
 

The lovely Lucy Rose released a new album last month. ‘Something’s Changing’, her first for Communion Records, follows 2015’s ‘Work It Out’ and has already found its own fans. Read Steven’s thoughts on the long player back here. Today, we have for you the latest video from the album, for ‘Second Chance’. She’s recruited heavy hitters for this promo: Olympic gold medal-winning cyclist Elinor Barker and director Joe Connor, who’s previously worked with Coldplay, Elbow and the Maccabees.

Lucy explains that the inspiration for the song was a conversation she had with a relative: “‘Second Chance’ was inspired by a conversation I had with my husband’s great aunt on New Year’s Eve. She was looking at an old photo of herself and said ‘Look how lovely I was! It’s funny that I could only think that now of myself as an old lady. Looking back but at the time, I would never have thought that’. It really struck a chord with me as I can definitely relate to that. So, I decided from that point onwards that I wanted to use her hindsight and learn from it and see myself differently. Love myself for who I am and not wish to be anything different.” Wise words to inspire. Watch the video below. For more of our coverage on Lucy Rose here on TGTF, use this link.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvkANcJg8rQ[/youtube]

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