With her eagerly-awaited new album set to arrive later next month, Lucy Rose has now dropped the next cut to feature on her forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Solo(w)' follows on from the previously shared track 'Conversation' in previewing her fourth studio LP 'No Words Left', which is due out on the 22nd March via Communion Records.
Speaking about the new release, the singer-songwriter said, “This was the last song I wrote for the record. It feels like it was the first time I could look back at a period of time and understand it. I wasn’t out of the dark but I could see a light. Like every song on this record, it’s helped me in a way but this one felt like it was pulling at me to say ‘it’s ok’ and it’s time to move on. I confronted a lot of thoughts in this song, it was time to finally accept it all and come out with a better understanding of it all - ‘I’m afraid of the morning and I’m afraid of the evening, maybe I’m afraid of everything’.
Have a listen to 'Solo(w)' in the player below.