We here at Baeble Music are fortunate to have tons of wonderful and talented artists join us at our studio, and recently, we were blessed when the lovely Lucy Rose
graced us with her presence.
The English singer-songwriter has been a stellar presence in the indie-folk scene since the release of her debut album Like I Used To
back in 2012. In the time since, she's not only left her mark on the music world, but has gathered a wealth of experiences in the process. While sitting down with us, she discussed a bit of what life is like on the road, and what it's like to play in front of fans half a world away from where she grew up. Most poignantly, she relates the experience of when a fan from Thailand told her with tears in her eyes that her music saved her life. In a world that seems to grow ever polarized and dangerous according to the news, Rose shares her belief that it is more important than to ever to bridge those gaps, and how privileged she is to use music to do just that.
Rose also gave us a bit of insight into her writing process, and what her music means to her. As Rose puts it, and we happen to agree with her, her music speaks to very shared human experiences and emotions, which allows audiences from all over to share in a mutual experience while listening to her. In picking her brains, we also got to learn a bit about the dynamic between her and her husband-cum-tour manager, and how "Love Song", which you'll get to hear, is "100 percent the most positive song" Rose has written.
Speaking of tracks like "Love Song", Rose gave an intimate performance in studio, with tracks including "Second Chance", "Moirai", "Is This Called Home" and "Love Song". Accompanied by a medley of instruments, Rose showcases her talent for both the sublime and the powerful, with a style that resonates with fans of old folk influences and modern singer-songwriters.