“…she is at her best at her most intimate, albeit with a new gust of openness from her far-flung adventures.” ★★★★ —Q Magazine

Something’s Changing is a culmination of much-welcomed growth for Rose. She has the ability to make listeners feel: when she’s struggling to find comfort in her own skin, finding joy in life and questioning her path. Her most recent body of work shows Rose finding her sense of self, but makes it relatable to listeners. It’s that connection that solidifies Rose’s career on the folk world.” —Paste Magazine

“With songcraft and performances on point here, Something's Changing is Rose’s most exquisite album to date and her most moving.” —All Music Guide

UK artist Lucy Rose is premiering the video for her single “All That Fear” via Billboard; read HERE and share it HERE. Lucy’s highly anticipated North American begins March 6 at The Troubadour in Los Angeles. She tours in support of her third studio album Something’s Changing (out now on Arts & Crafts) See below for a complete list of North American dates.

Billboard says of the video, “Unvarnished... the right time, place and light resulted in the low-key and decidedly less expensive clip filmed by her husband and tour manager William Morris.” Morris filmed the video for the B-side track “All That Fear” in a quiet hotel room in Brisbane, Australia. He uses dramatic natural light coming through the hotel window to underscore the emotive piece.

Following the tour for her second album Work It Out, Lucy noticed a steady stream of tweets from Latin America, and the unlikely statistic that geographically her music was most popular on Spotify in Mexico City. Inspired by this news, Lucy offered her fans in Latin America a deal: “If you book me a gig, I’ll come and stay.”

For two months Lucy toured Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Mexico, playing free shows, staying with fans and “falling back in love with making music.”

Rose’s husband also filmed the experience along the way and produced a documentary of the trip. The documentary was inspired by “the kindness and faith in music of those she met including fans blocking the street outside a gig above a launderette, trying to sleep on endless inter-city bus rides and living with families in out-of-the-way towns.”

With the insight gained during her travels, Lucy set out to make the third album on her own. She began to collaborate with Brighton producer Tim Bidwell, and in the comfort of his home studio, created the new album in a mere 17 days.

The record also contains contributions from Bidwell, in-house bassist Ben Daniels and drummer Chris Boot as well as guest appearances by Daughters’ Elena Tonra, Marcus Hamblett and Matthew and The Atlas’ Emma Gatrill. On two tracks vocal harmonies are provided by The Staves (“Floral Dresses” and “Is This Called Home”).

“The songs just came more naturally after that trip, from feeling good and from learning so much about myself,” adds Rose. “I feel more comfortable in my own skin than I’ve ever felt in my life. So there is a lot of searching as well as a lot of discovery on this record.”

For more information, please contact Samantha Tillman, Selena Coles or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.


March 6 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Troubadour
March 7 /// San Francisco, CA /// Swedish Music Hall
March 9 /// Seattle, WA /// Sunset Tavern
March 10 /// Vancouver, BC /// Venue
March 11 /// Portland, OR /// McMenamins Mission Theater
March 13 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// Metro Music Hall
March 14 /// Denver, CO /// Larimer Lounge
March 19 /// Nashville, TN /// The Basement East
March 20 /// St. Louis, MO /// Off Broadway
March 22 /// Minneapolis, MN /// Turf Club
March 23 /// Chicago, IL /// Schubas
March 24 /// Toronto, ON /// Drake Hotel
March 25 /// Montreal, QC /// Phi Center
March 27 /// Boston, MA /// The Rockwell
March 29 /// New York, NY /// Le Poisson Rouge
March 30 /// Washington, DC /// Union Stage
March 31 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Boot and Saddle