Lucy’s journey began, when she hopped on a train to London leaving behind the house in which she grew up in rural Warwickshire and struck out for the big city and the big time. Armed with an acoustic guitar and an unstoppable dedication, Lucy played every open-mic imaginable, she met people on the way who are still with her now and with their support and her graft she learned the ropes.
As her songs and sentiments spread their warmth through the iciest of hearts, Lucy became that most modern of phenomenon; she went ‘viral’. Her biggest videos have clocked up over 800,000 views each, Vogue magazine has stated that she is “one of indie music’s breakout stars for 2012″ and the Sunday Times declared her “one of the country’s most promising new voices”.
Lucy often lends her vocal talents to Bombay Bicycle Clubs live shows and features on the bands previous two albums 'Flaws' and 'A Different Kind Of Fix'. Her band consist of guitarist Björn Ågren, drummer Sam Nadel, bassist Joe Steer from Broadcast 2000 and multi-instrumentalist Alex Eichenberger.
Following on from singles 'Middle of the Bed', 'Scar', 'Red Face', 'Lines' and 'Bikes', Lucy Rose released her debut album 'Like I Used To' on 26th September 2012.