Lucy Rose’s video directing debut ahead of tour, album

Lucy Rose has made her directorial debut in the video for ‘Is This Called Home’, a track from forthcoming album ‘Something’s Changing’.

The video was shot in the scenic English Lake District with Gibraltarian dancer Jonathan Lutwyche.  “The most important thing that I wanted to achieve was to capture someone expressing how a song made them feel,” Rose said. “I often try to find the words to describe how music makes me feel, but there is a real mystery to why a song can make your heart race, make the hair on your arms stand up, and take you to a different place.”

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Lucy Rose has brought forward the release date of her album, ‘Something’s Changing’, by a week to 7th July. It’s the first from the English singer-songwriter since her top 10 second album, ‘Work It Out’, in 2015. It is accompanied by her short documentary about touring Latin America, also called ‘Something’s Changing’.

The film will be screened at each date of Lucy Rose’s Worldwide Cinema Tour as the “support act”, with her live set following the movie. The tour starts in Argentina on 3rd May, taking in Chile, Mexico, India, the UK, southeast Asia and France before ending in Germany on 29th September. In addition to the headlining tour, Lucy Rose is appearing at several festivals, ending on 1st October in Amsterdam.

Lucy Rose live:
3rd May – Beatflow, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
5th May – Club Amanda, Santiago, Chile (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
9th May – Cento Cultural Rio Verde, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
13th May – The Nada, Monterrey, Mexico (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
17th May – Lunario, Mexico City, Mexico (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
23rd May – Oddbird Theatre & Foundation, Delhi, India (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
24th May – Oddbird Theatre & Foundation, Delhi, India (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
26th May – Royal Opera House, Mumbai, India (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
27th May – The Humming Tree, Bangalore, India (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
23rd-25th June – Glastonbury Festival, UK
1st July – Barn on the Farm Festival, Gloucester, UK
13th July – Rio Cinema, London, UK, sold out (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
14th July – Duke of York’s Picture House, Brighton, UK (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
15th July – Latitude Festival, Southwold, UK
16th July – Longitude Festival, Dublin, Ireland
18th July – Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle, UK (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
20th July – The Poly Cinema, Falmouth, UK (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
21st July – The Arnolfini Cinema, Bristol, UK (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
4th August – Intsikurmu Music Festival, Polva, Estonia
16th September – Bandwagon Live, Manila, The Philippines (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
18th September – The Projector, Singapore (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
25th September – Cine XIII, Paris, France (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
26th September – Stadtgarten, Cologne, Germany (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
28th September – Silent Green, Berlin, Germany (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
29th September – Alabama Cinema, Hamburg, Germany (Worldwide Cinema Tour)
1st October – Seven Layers Festival, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

‘Something’s Changing’ tracklist:
Is This Called Home
Strangest of Ways
Floral Dresses
Second Chance
Love Song
Soak It Up
No Good At All
Find Myself
I Can’t Change It All

‘Something’s Changing’ is out on 7th July via Communion Records

Photo Credit : Laura Lewis