LUCY EATON RELEASES NEW POP FOLK SINGLE ‘ROTTEN LOVE’

LUCY EATON RELEASES NEW POP FOLK SINGLE ‘ROTTEN LOVE’


Australian-born Bay Area-based young indie musician Lucy Eaton has released her new folk pop single, Rotten Love.

Lucy’s music is a pop-infused take on indie folk. Rotten Love is romantic and quirky, with a focus on Lucy’s charming, honeyed vocals and spunky ukulele, and belongs in a playlist with musicians like Grace Vanderwaal, Ingrid Michelson, dodie, and Of Monsters and Men.
The song was reviewed by writer Kelsey Ferrel, who called Rotten Love “a bright, whimsical tune… an interesting and refreshing take on a love song, that focuses not so much on the person but all the feelings of generosity that come with loving someone… Listeners are in for a treat: Eaton’s songwriting skills are witty and sharp, poetic and light.”

Lucy Eaton is a talented 21-year-old singer-songwriter creating fresh and sweet original ukulele-centric music. Born to singer-songwriter immigrant parents, Lucy grew up writing songs and, while attending UC Berkeley, became vice president of student music organization Songwriting at Berkeley. Lucy has won awards for her writing and was named a 2014 Herb Alpert Emerging Young Artist and has been awarded a Governor’s Medallion, the highest distinction in California for artistically talented students. Rotten Love was recorded in the childhood bedroom of Marcus Lee, a self-taught producer and mixing engineer and co-founder of Songwriting at Berkeley

 

 


 

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