Angelina Luzi is a multi-talented artist who was born in Italy but now makes her home in England. She writes, performs, and works closely with London-based producer Nick Burns. She has worked with a wide variety of projects which includes performances at Glastonbury, Boomtown Festival, Barbican, Ronnie Scott’s, Shepherd’s Bush Empires, and supporting acts like Jessie Ware, Tippa Irie and Hofesh Shechter Company, just to name a few.
Independent Italian-English female artist Angelina Luzi has just released her new track, “Let It Go,” which was inspired by the tranquilly of Lulworth Cove on the Jurassic Coast, as portrayed in the cover image. Composed when Angelina was in lockdown on the Jurassic coast and struggling with a time of change and looking forward. The track’s mellow acoustic sounds and laid-back mood will make you feel like you’re watching the sun go down on a summer evening, while the singer’s soft voice will let you relax and follow along with each note.
There is nothing false about her feelings or delivery. Each and every person who listens to her talent is moved in some way. Her singing style and delivery are classic and enduring. Angelina’s music is full of promise and possibility.