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Lucy Rose has released her fourth album, have a listen to 'No Words Left' in full

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Published: 12:00 am, March 22, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Lucy Rose has released her fourth album, have a listen to 'No Words Left' in full

Lucy Rose has released her fourth album.

Titled 'No Words Left', the record was recorded in Brighton, produced by Tim Bidwell and mixed by Cenzo Townsend, and it's released today, Friday 22nd March.

Lucy explains: “Releasing this record feels entirely different to every other record I’ve released. But to try and sum up my emotions is virtually impossible. I don’t believe this the best album I’ve ever made because I don’t believe in making comparisons when it comes to music. But it’s different.“

It follows up on 2017's 'Something's Changing' album, and comes alongside a European headline tour that runs through April and May.

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