New Release & Video: Lucy Rose – No Good At All

Lucy Rose has shared the video for her new track No Good At All,  with a trip back to the 1970’s, complete with pastel colours and confetti!

No Good At All is the latest single to be lifted from Lucy’s forthcoming third album Something’s Changing released on the 7th July through Communion Records

Watch the official video below…

Speaking about the song itself, Lucy Rose has shared: “No Good At All is the oldest song on the album and was written just before I went on my first trip to Latin America. When I wrote it, I was kind of feeling that maybe I wasn’t good enough for music and was re-thinking everything. Part of me wondered if maybe somewhere down the line somewhere (my great great great grand-daughter maybe?), there would be a girl who had a little bit of me in her and could achieve everything she wanted. But it’s also got an element of love to it too, finding the one to start a new life with who one day you could settle down with and have a family with…There’s a fair amount of self-doubt in this song, but positivity for the future too.”

The new album will be accompanied by a stunning short documentary, acting as a fly-on-the-wall account of Lucy’s debut tour of Latin America last year. The trip, organised independently by Lucy with the help of her Latin American fans, became a huge inspiration for the record and the film is an intimate account of how it all came together

The documentary is Lucy’s support act for a Worldwide Cinema Tour, of which she has already completed the Latin American and Indian legs. The UK leg will start in July following Lucy’s performance at Glastonbury festival later this month. All upcoming dates below…

23rd – 25th June – The Glastonbury Festival
1st July – Barn on the Farm Festival, Gloucester
13th July – Rio Cinema, London
14th July – Duke of York’s Picture House, Brighton
15th July – Latitude Festival, Southwold
16th July – Longitude Festival, Dublin
18th July – Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle
20th July – The Poly Cinema, Falmouth
21st July – The Arnolfini Cinema, Bristol
4th August – Intsikurmu Music Festival, Polva
16th September – Bandwagon Live, Manila, Philippines
18th September – The Projector, Singapore
25th September – Cine XIII, Paris
26th September – Stadtgarten, Cologne
28th September – Silent Green, Berlin
29th September – Alabama Cinema, Hamburg
1st October – Seven Layers Festival, Amsterdam

Tickets for all headline dates are on sale now via


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