Glastonbury Repeat Performer, Lucy Spraggan, One Of Our Brightest Stars, Chats About Her New Single, ‘Flowers’, And A Personal Relaunch

Without any doubt, Lucy Spraggan is one of our brighter stars. Anyone that can release 5 albums in the past 9 years with an exciting sixth on the way early next year, play world famous Glastonbury twice, with this year’s third appearance sadly postponed, has certainly stood the most important first test for any artist, the test of time. That she should be more excited now about the future than feasibly at any time before, looking forward to a record she thinks might just be her best proves she has so much to give.

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Lucy Spraggan Today Releases ‘Flowers’ – First Single And Video From Upcoming Album ‘Choices’

No stranger to the spotlight, Lucy Spraggan is one of the UK’s most exciting and talented young, female singer songwriters today. Despite shooting to fame after only a short time on the primetime TV show X Factor, she found herself hitting the headlines and becoming a household name as a feisty, female champion for the LGBTQ community. However, Lucy has successfully retained respect from fans and critics alike as so much more than another reality celebrity. An accomplished musician, whose songs ooze with her personality and lyrical content full of humour, Lucy’s jaunty melodies will drop into your ears and bring a smile to your lips as you find yourself happily humming along at any hour of the day.

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Happy, Hollow – ‘Flowers’

Happy, Hollow, from Austin Texas, come to us with their instantly likeable song, ‘Flowers’. It’s upbeat and fun, with a 90s sound that is impossible to not bob about to. In fact, it’s difficult to type this because I’m bobbing so much.

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Tape Runs Out – ‘Friends’ & ‘Flowers’ singles

Introducing new sonic creations with their heavy ambient and dreamy shoegaze sound the amazing band, Tape Runs Out, release two epic new singles off their debut EP, ‘Covered In Tape’.

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