A sold-out Community Room at Brudenell Social Club, in Leeds, welcomed back Lucy Rose for the first time in a while. The indie-folk songstress commanded a attentive and respectful audience, alongside her talented band and support act Charlie Cunningham.
The evening began with the relaxed tones of Charlie Cunningham. He provided acoustic melancholy with sparkling vocal moments. His charming vocals and calming rhythms set the tone perfectly for the arrival of Lucy Rose. The audience seemed impressed as they marked the end of his time on stage with enthusiastic, and genuine, applause.
While the writing maybe have maybe taken a different turn, one thing which always remains a constant is Rose’s impeccable and flawless vocals, warm persona, and engaging performance. In a set which incorporated every single track from her latest album, and some fans favourites from the previous albums, she showed all of the talents that make her such a credible and captivating performer. Equally masterful at the delicate as she is at the powerful and spellbinding, her vocals achieve such a high level of excellence that they are almost peerless. This phenomenal vocal display combined with her fantastic musicianship prove to be completely captivating as the audience stand in silence, mesmerized by her. It wasn’t just her gifted performance which had the crowd enthralled, the genuine warmth and accessibility of her personality had those in attendance hanging on her every word between each song. Despite admitting to nerves her whole performance and demeanor, seemed relaxed while she enticed the crowd and left everyone basking in the delightful glow of her display.