Lucy Whittaker shares huge new single ‘You’ taken from New EP

September 6, 2017


Released 15th September – Self Released


Leeds artist Lucy Whittaker has announced her debut EP ‘Only One’ which will be released on the 15th of September. The 20-year old’s punchy Electro Pop and energetic performances are fast earning her a reputation as an artist to watch, with Lucy chosen as Radio 1’s Introducing pick of the week in April 2017 and notching up hundreds of thousands of streams for the infectious ‘I’m Not Ever Coming Back Again’

Lucy’s love for music, and determination to succeed was always present growing up – after teaching herself the guitar and piano from a young age, she began creating her own music and develop her sound, which gradually evolved into the synth-driven Pop she proudly performs today.

Lucy will be releasing her debut EP ‘Only One’ digitally on the 14th of September, featuring four new tracks from the fast rising artist, the ‘Only One’ EP is looking to be an essential piece of modern pop from an imaginative new artist.

About the EP, Lucy Explained:

“I feel like this has been a long time coming. I’m so excited to reach a stage where I’ve got a body of work to show to people, and I’m proud of what we’ve created. For me, the EP reflects what’s happened in my life over the last year, and embraces the low points as well as my favourite moments. I really hope that when people hear the music, they’ll be able to relate to it in their own way – determination, heartbreak, and falling in love are all things that most people can identify with, and it will be really interesting to see what people think after experiencing those things through my eyes.”

To celebrate the release of this new EP, Lucy will be playing a series of massive shows across the summer stopping the main stages of several Pride events in cities across the North alongside festivals and headline shows.


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