Lucy Blu has a brand new single ‘Bonnie & Clyde’
Bonnie & Clyde’ is the brand new single from Country Rock powerhouse Lucy Blu.
Back with a new sound & a new hair colour, the UK artist is poised to pick up exactly where she left off with her 2019 releases and continue taking the UK independent music scene by storm.
‘Bonnie & Clyde’ is – at it’s heart – a love song, injected with Lucy’s gutsy, fun, and cheeky spirit that can be found in many of her tracks. The result is a rootsy, passionate song, referencing some of the worlds most iconic couples and celebrating the intensity and fire that comes with being in love.
With Lucy’s commercial, soulful vocals sat atop classic Country instrumentation, this is one that is sure to delight fans of both new and old Country music.
‘Bonnie & Clyde’ marks the start of a six single release campaign and will usher in a new era for Lucy Blu that will have everybody sitting up and paying attention.
Written by – Lucy Blu
Produced by – Alex Maile
Drums – Ollie Harding
Pedal steel – Joe Smith
Fiddle – Ellie Consta
“The UK’s answer to Linda Ronstadt”
Poised for an explosion back into a post-Covid music scene is British Country Rock/Pop artist Lucy Blu. Her string of independent releases in 2019 transpired into 12 solid months of one of the fastest upward trajectories the UK Country scene has ever witnessed.
With sold out London shows, iTunes chart-toppers, HMV distribution, national and international radio play, and slots at major festivals including Dixie Fields and The Long Road, it’s easy to see why Lucy Blu is dubbed one of the most exciting breakthrough artists in recent times.
Lucy’s rootsy, soulful vocals sat atop punchy, commercial backing, has seen the songstress compared to the likes of Katy Perry, Cam and Kacey Musgraves, while her ability to effortlessly blend the old with the new has crowned her “the UK’s answer to Linda Ronstadt.”
The remainder of 2020 will see Lucy Blu changing gear, with exciting new music and fresh live shows, proving once and for all that she really has ‘Only Just Begun!’