The Rescue Rooms archives: 2015


  • Sunday 15th November 2015
  • Supported by: Flyte & C. Duncan



Genre: Folk, acoustic

For Fans Of: Bombay Bicycle Club, Manic Street Preachers,

Hometown: Surrey

About: Lucy Rose began eperimenting with music at her school orchestra snd on the family piano at a young age, but it wasn't until she left home after her A-Levels that she actually began playing in public. She moved to London at age 18, and met Jack Steadman of Bombay Bicycle Club, with whom she then worked and performed on the album 'Flaws' as main backing vocals. She later performed on both their third and fourth albums, as well as on Rewind The Film with Manic Street Preachers. She's known as a huge fan of tea, and has taken to selling her own blend 'Builder Grey' at shows. Vogue Magazine stated she was one of 2012's breakout stars, and her music has been featured on the likes of Catfish, The Vampire Diaries & Skins.

What the press says: "Rose’s rise to prominence began as a vocalist with Bombay Bicycle Club, whose frontman Jack Steadman’s influence was clearly a formative one on her soft and gently quavering voice. Much of tonight’s set comes from Rose’s forthcoming second album Work It Out, which between a preponderance of highlife-y guitar lines, knotty arrangements and electronic twitches – see Our Eyes especially – similarly seems to share qualities which have taken BBC to the summit of the British charts." - The Guardian

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Latest Single: 'Like an arrow'