Lucy Crisp brings out a flame of positivity at the start of October with a new song titled “Locked Down”. The Nottingham-based pop singer-songwriter tackles the strong effect the Covid lockdown has left on her in the song, and through the self-exploratory process inspires her to forge on and reach out for positive things despite all adversities that life throws on the way.
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Lucy’s new song comes packed with colorful melodies and vibrant technicolor synths. Underneath the captivating positivity, “Locked Down” is a story of how lockdowns affected the artist’s life both mentally and physically. There is no sulking though – through strong lyricism, powerful vocals, speedy rhythm, and uplifting melodies Lucy encourages us to cherish the hope for freedom and better days ahead, even if the current time feels gloomy. “Nothing can stop me now!” she exclaims as determination and newfound energy are filling the air.
“The music works very well to the a-ha take on me music video if you start the music at 0:37 mark.”
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“Locked Down” is the second single to come from Lucy Crisp’s upcoming debut EP “65 Roses”, which will be out later in the year, on November 3rd. The EP, which is autobiographical by nature, is inspired by Lucy’s personal stories as a woman diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder that requires lifelong medication. Through heartfelt honesty and captivating melodies, Lucy encourages the listeners to be more open about their feelings. Whatever your struggles might be, you’re not alone!
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