LUCY ROSE DEBUTS FOURTH STUDIO ALBUM ‘NO WORDS LEFT’
British singer-songwriter Lucy Rose debuted her highly anticipated fourth studio album No Words Left, today. Featuring singles “Conversation,” “Solo(w),” and “Treat Me Like A Woman,” the album captivates listeners as each song fluidly transitions to the next through its enchanting melodies, soft vocals, and honest storytelling.
The album debuted to rave reviews, as The Guardian notes the album “is her starkest, filled with lyrics about uncertainty and isolation, and yet her most striking, conveying the strongest sense of her artistic identity yet,” while The Associated Press exclaims, “masterfully mixed, the album’s primary aesthetic feels stripped down — with an emphasis on piano and acoustic guitar parts alongside Rose’s Joni Mitchell and Laura Marling reminiscent vocals — but with the added color of brass and strings elevating the composition.”
Rose also released a minimalistic 35-minute film created to accompany the album as a whole.
Stream No Words Left and watch the film below: