One to Watch – Lucy Rose

Words by Naomi Jeffreys

The Rabbit Film believes in championing new artists, performers, directors, producers and singers. Music is an integral part of society and films, and a musical artist who is on the cusp of something great, is Lucy Rose.

If you haven’t heard of this name, I guarantee you will do in two weeks time, when her debut album, Like I Used To is set to be released. Lucy Rose is a real talent within the music world, she has an organic fan base, from where she gigged around London from the age of eighteen, she has thousands of Twitter followers and an equal amount on the social network Facebook.

She has been linked with Indie rock band, Bombay Bicycle Club and has featured in many an album, from there very early days, such as Flaws and in the song, Lights out Words Gone.

The Rabbit Film is mad about this artist and if you can listen to her music, or, indeed listen to her album. As we said, real talent is often hard to find in the music world, and her raw vocals, intricate drum rhythms and bare acoustic guitar. Lucy Rose is one to watch.

Autumn 2012

Words by Naomi Jeffreys

Check out the trailer posted above to see what is in store at your local cinema this Autumn in this exclusive sneak peek. Which feature clips from Hope SpringsJames Bond and Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie.