Video: Lucy Rose shares stripped down folk rock of “Floral Dresses”

Floral DressesFolk rock singer-songwriter Lucy Rose has announced the details of a new single "Floral Dresses," her first release through Communion Records, and the first music to be lifted from her new album.

It follows a film trailer which launched last week, detailing news of a documentary showing Rose playing for and living with her fans in Latin America.

"Floral Dresses" strips Rose’s music right back to where it started, harbouring her fragile voice and acoustic guitar. The new record, to be announced imminently, has been a labour of love over the past twelve months, and a real voyage of discovery for the acclaimed young British musician.

Produced by Tim Bidwell at his home studio in Brighton, and featuring his house/studio band, "Floral Dresses" also features the exquisite harmonies of The Staves, a band that Rose has a long-standing respect and appreciation for.

Lucy Rose says, "When I wrote "Floral Dresses" it really reminded me about who I was, and I always think that some of the best songs are the ones which can stand on their own with just one instrument. The message is pretty clear and I hope other people will find comfort in it and realise they are different but also the same as many people. Having The Staves on it was a real dream come true."

See full tour dates below:

July - 1st @ Barn on the Farm, Gloucester // 15th @ Latitude Festival, Henham Park // 22nd @ Under the Stars, Yorkshire

September - 9th @ Bestival, Dorset

Find out more about Lucy Rose and listen to "Floral Dresses" below:


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