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Lucia & the Best Boys are teasing their new EP with 'Perfectly Untrue'

'The State Of Things' is out next month.
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Published: 10:37 am, September 11, 2020 Photos: Oli Erskine.
Lucia & the Best Boys are teasing their new EP with 'Perfectly Untrue'

Lucia & the Best Boys are teasing their new EP with 'Perfectly Untrue'.

It's a cut from their super on-point four-track effort 'The State Of Things', which will be released on 9th October via Sweet Jane Recordings. It's already been teased by lead single, 'Let Go'.

Lucia explains: "Perfectly Untrue was written a couple of weeks after I wrote Let Go. This recording is in its original form, which Chris Greatti and myself powered on an all nighter till 4am, as I was leaving LA the next day.

"Its funny to listen to them both back to back as it shows the many mixed emotions I was going through during heart-break, feeling strong and capable one minute, then distraught and confused the next. The only way through seemed to be to pretend that everything was fine or perfect whereas in reality it was Perfectly Untrue.

"I can definitely say now looking back that this is the worst solution ever, but also I know that it is just a coping mechanism that people use as escapism. When you are in a weird or dark headspace you see many versions of yourself that you didnt even know existed. Perfectly Untrues "Happy Go Lucky" sound portrays the fake joy I pushed myself to feel in order to avoid the sad truth, which is displayed in the lyrics that are also coated in glitter and glamour - dressed up in gold and dance until I die."

Give it a listen below, and catch the band on tour next spring.

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