Multi-faceted London based artist Lu.Ci tackles bad relationships with grace and wit on her feisty new track ‘Control’ making waves today. Drawing on her personal experiences, Lu.Ci delivers it with style over an eclectic indie-pop beat.
She says: “All my music and lyrics come from a very real, first hand experience. I had written Control during the first lockdown and even though I was confined physically, emotionally it was the first time I had felt completely free. I hope that those listening in similar situations will take a message of hope, empowerment and positivity from my music and understand that there is a way out. You can be free to be yourself.”
London born and bred Lu.Ci was driven by creativity from a young age. Painting, studying music, singing lessons, choir, performing in musicals and live bands. Her alternative, electro sound which combines both singing and rap comes from a compassionate core and love for spoken word poetry. A talent very evident in her lyrics, which are often deep, talk about real life and are not afraid to tell it how it is. Lu.Ci’s down to earth, genuine vibe makes you feel like you’ve known her for years and that feeling of connection really reaches out through her music. Working closely with her producer, Lu.Ci has recently had her debut single played on Amazing Radio UK and USA, including support from BBC Radio Kent; and is currently working on her EP.
Anybody keeping up with new and upcoming artists on the music scene will have heard Lu.Ci’s debut single, released October 2020, ‘Girl You Used To Know’ which has kicked up quite a storm on Spotify and caused a massive buzz amongst listeners. The gritty, relatable, banger of a tune will hit home for anyone that’s had their mental health pushed to the limits through toxic relationships and it has a real sense of empowerment and self-worth flowing through it.
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Lu.Ci’s new single ‘Control’, which is released on 19th March 2021, is the follow up from ‘Girl You Used To Know’ and has a message of freedom. The essence of this track is when you have left that Toxic relationship, you’ve taken back the control of your own life, discovering yourself once more and finally being able to be free. This alternative, chill out, empowering track is relatable to anyone who has been through the same or similar experience.