Lucy Spraggan

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Lucy Spraggan
Following on her from her 2013 Top 10 album 'Join The Club', Lucy Spraggan will release her third album 'We Are' on 13th April, preceded by the single 'Unsinkable' on 29th March, through her own label CTRL Records.

23-year-old Lucy released her record 'Top Room At The Zoo' in 2011. After auditioning for The X Factor in 2012 with her own track 'Last Night', the song reached #11 in the UK singles chart and the album entered the UK albums chart at #22. Unfortunately leaving The X Factor due to illness, Lucy came back the following year with her debut studio album 'Join The Club', which reached #7 in the UK albums chart.

'Unsinkable', the first single from her new album, is an emotive song with a heartfelt melody and dramatic electro synths that lead into a vast and captivating choir-backed chorus. The track, whilst retaining Lucy's trademark style, is a mature offering, which showcases Lucy's adept song writing and strong vocal. It was co-written with Adam Argyle and Martin Brammer (James Morrison, Olly Murs) and produced by Steve Power (Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow). Her new album 'We Are' was recorded in London and features 12 tracks that are a collection of sincere ballads and inspiring folk-tinged pop songs told in Lucy's direct storytelling style about everyday life.

Lucy recently toured the UK as part of the Young Voices tour, which saw her perform five nights at London's O2 Arena, along with performing five small UK headline dates, which sold out to fans in 9 minutes.

Lucy Spraggan returns for an extensive UK tour throughout the whole of May.

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