A rising star in the industry, Lydia Lucy is glistening on her fun, flirtatious new track ‘The Game’.
Deciphering the strategic ways in which we tend to orchestrate young love, Lydia wonders why boys just can’t be boys and girls be girls in the tongue-in-cheek track. Blending together a rousing R&B rhythm with vocoder harmonies and a shimmering pop production finish, it makes for an infectious melody that allows for the Essex singer-songwriter’s extraordinary vocals to shine.
Having trained at the prestigious Sylvia Young Theatre School and The Urdang Academy, Lydia has been a notable name within the industry from a young age. With her repertoire spanning West End musicals, including Les Miserables and Billy Elliot, television commercials and even a stint in the Harry Potter franchise, the multi-hyphenate is a force to be reckoned with. After her big break appearing on The Voice U.K in team Will.I.Am, where she reached the finals, she toured alongside the Black Eyed Peas, performing at the UEAFA in Paris and the Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium. With her previous releases such as ‘Instagram’ achieving over 12,000 streams, she is well on her way to becoming one of pop’s newest powerhouses.
‘The Game’ is her most promising release yet, and Lydia Lucy is one to keep an eye on this year.