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New release – One Summer’s Day by Lucy Crisp

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Lucy Crisp continues to spread her infectious activism with her captivating vocals and charisma. Inspired by her inspirations Dua Lipa, Mika and Adele, Lucy started songwriting at the age of twelve years old before teaching herself the piano independently. The Nottingham-based pop singer and songwriter uses her personal experience of living Cystic Fibrosis as part of her empowerment to create a safe space for her fans to feel comfortably vulnerable. In 2018, Lucy began pursuing her dream by attending the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies in Nottingham.

One Summer’s Day’ is out 28th April. Pre-save here.

What inspired you to write this song?

“’One Summer’s Day’ is inspired by my personal experience of being in a healthy relationship that contains peaks and downfalls. I met my current partner in summer 2021 and I’m very grateful to have found someone I can potentially see a long-term future with. In the lyrics, I wanted to acknowledge that not every relationship is always going to be perfect, and despite the adversities that you both face, love always wins.”

When releasing a new single is there a sense of excitement or panic?

“I think any artist would be lying if they said they feel a sense of panic when releasing a new song. Despite saying that, I’m also really excited to be releasing more music after so long and after the chaos which was 2022. I was struggling with my physical health really bad and this time last year so releasing this a year on is an achievement for me. I can’t wait for the world to hear an upbeat song from me for a change.”

What movie or tv series should feature this song and why?

“I could definitely see my song in a series of Love Island as it has that upbeat vibe where you could hear it as the contestants are chilling out near the pool or getting ready for a party (laughs)!

Why did you decide to release this one as the first single of the EP?

“I think this sets the scene of the beginning of the EP and I wanted to comeback with a song that expressed my new sound, as well as being a distraction from the sadness of the rest of the EP that focuses on my personal experience of cystic fibrosis.”

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