Lucy Wroe Breaks Her Silence With “Want You Back”
UK-based singer cum songwriter, Lucy Wroe has finally come off with her newest single and she calls this “Want You Back”.
After releasing her debut EP in 2020, Lucy actually sees herself moving on a new, more seasoned path, toward a richer, deeper pop.
Produced and mixed by Tom Berry and mastered by Stephen Kerrison, Lucy talks about the succession of relationships that never left you feeling whole, and also, the song focuses on the urge to reconnect with oneself.
The powerful beat of ‘Want You Back’ is topped with lush vocal harmonies, sophistic-pop style synthesizers and guitars, and a blazing sax solo by Gustavo Andrade towards the finale.
Lucy Wroe has been honing her musical sound since she was ten years old when she first learned to play the guitar.
Wroe’s naturally laid-back sound is best described as jazz-infused indie-pop, with poised vocals, groovy drum beat, and whimsical appeal.
Wroe’s songwriting has truly taken shape since her debut album in 2020, when she combined the lyrical work of early female songwriters with the current jazz and electronic production of Lianne La Havas and Jessie Ware, painting in new colors to develop her unique style.
The Winchester-born artist, backed by a drummer, bassist, and guitarist, addresses the thrill of a new romance, the complexities of commitment.
Listen to the new single below and follow her on social media via @lucywroe on Twitter and @lucywroemusic on Facebook and Instagram.