Lu Wright releases passionate debut single ‘British Daisy’
South London based artist Lu Wright has dropped the first single off of her debut EP ‘Notes to Self’, produced by West London based producer Jacob Page. Her upcoming debut EP is an extraordinary piece of work that radiates warmth as well as magnetic energy, compiled to create a narrative that showcases vulnerability and the lonely venture of self-discovery as a young woman.
Lu Wright’s captivating sound is very distinct and can be likened to artists, including Amy Winehouse and the more contemporary neo-soul pop artist Thea. The artist’s alluring voice is accompanied by electronic sounds that are permeated with R&B infusions. Throughout this addictive track, there are deliveries of rich sounds that grasp the listener and takes them on a journey of pain, self-discovery, and empowerment, through the catchy chorus, where there’s an introduction of the lucid bass line, that carries the jazzy hip-hop beats.
“British Daisy stems from the typically British trait of putting on a brave face, instead of saying what we mean and acknowledging the fact that we are all fragile,” says Lu Wright. The empowering singer/song-writer explained, “after being in an unhealthy relationship in which my self-worth was slowly eroding, this song talks through the fight to break out of a bad relationship and the bad habits they leave us with.”