Singer/songwriter Lucy Rose is on her India Cinema Tour
with a live show and screening of 'Something's Changing'. About Lucy Rose:
Lucy Rose's musical progress has been less than conventional after she relocated to London from Warwickshire at the age of 18. Showing up in 2010 as a girl-next-door with acoustic guitar, she played the open mic circuit on a trajectory to become a back room singer-songwriter but somehow ended up all over Radio 1. After her inventive and many-hued first two albums she has been breaking with conformity and pushing emotional boundaries. With 'Somethings Changing', she attempts to re-invent herself. About the album:
Lucy Rose with this album strives to get to somewhere other than the usual pop objective, a place of deep connection and poignant unaffected truth. This album through the frayed loveliness of her vocals brings out a delicious soulful thing of mellifluous, rolling, natural beauty. Real emotions, unprocessed, and people playing in the same room was Lucy's way of making her third album. About the documentary:
The music/travel documentary accompanying her third album covers her two-month tour along with her guitar to Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Mexico, playing free shows, staying with fans and 'falling back in love with making music
'. The documentary of her experience there, fans blocking the street outside a gig above a launderette, trying to sleep on endless inter-city bus rides, connecting with a friend-fan who tells her 'for me music is God', living with families in out of the way towns and overwhelmed by the kindness and faith in music of those she met, is deeply moving.