With her star firmly in the ascendant, Warwickshire songstress Lucy Rose is making her own destiny and shaping her future like no other new artist. A mixture of true grit, sheer dedication and an unshakeable sense of self has all led Lucy to the kind of status that most new artists dream of. Her heart-stoppingly poignant songs and cracked porcelain voice saw her enter her career with YouTube hits, radio plays and crowds like nobody else out there. Such is her fan-base, she now sells out tours with ease, and at the tender age of 23, Lucy is being tipped by the great and the good as the one New British Artist who may stick around longer than any of the other fly-by-night contenders.
Her critically acclaimed debut album Like I Used To was recorded in her family home with producer Charlie Hugall and truly embodied the very essence of her personality and honest approach to music and song writing. Following the album release Lucy embarked on a huge tour schedule which saw her performing to vast crowds all around the world and firmly placing her amongst the most exciting female artists out there. With album number 2 on its way in 2014, there is very little holding her back as she makes her way to Mosaic Music Festival.