|Dimensions||22 × 16 × 1 cm|
One of Australia’s leading young soulful singer/songwriters, lucie thorne been earning herself a loyal following whereever she goes with her unique blend of passionate folk/roots music.
‘botticelli blue eyes’ (2002) is a heartfelt and joyful collection of lucie’s songs of people and place; an album brimming with the honesty and passion for which her work has become reknowned.
Lucie Thorne – Botticelli Blue Eyes
One of Australia’s leading young soulful singer/songwriters, lucie thorne been earning herself a loyal following whereever she goes with her unique blend of passionate folk/roots music. After growing up in Northern Tasmania, lucie is now based in Melbourne, and tours regularly and extensively across Australia, Canada, the US and the UK.
In June 2004, lucie released her new full-length album, ‘the bud’ (little secret records). The much-awaited follow-up to ‘botticelli blue eyes’- which was included in Rhythms’ Magazine’s Best Albums of 2003 – this new record captures the warmth and intimacy that so distinguish lucie’s live shows. Already hailed as “a stunningly beautiful album” [The Canberra Times] and as “the most beautiful and intimate collection of songs you’re likely to hear this year” [David Curry, Times Out Magazine] ‘the bud’ shines with lucie’s rich, dark voice and her compelling writing.
The album also features the beautiful and careful guitar playing of London-based musician Tom Hall, as well as cameo appearences by talented locals Carl Pannuzzo (singing and percussion) and Heath Cullen (guitar). lucie’s 2004 European tour dates will be in duet with Tom Hall, and Heath Cullen will be joining lucie on stage for much of her 2004/2005 Australian touring schedule.
lucie’s heartfelt songs of people and place, combined with her disarming honesty and charm, combine for “a really engaging perform[ance]…you don’t want to take your eyes off her” [Judy’s Punch Magazine].
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