Check out Rock & Science in Spotify!
Lucy Was Driving is touring again early next year! There are two shows at the moment: first one in Katse, Jyväskylä at sat 10.1.2015 and second in LeBonk, Helsinki thu 5.2.2015. The show at Jyväskylä is supported by Gaspard Oil and the one in Helsinki by Suovala.
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You are also welcome to join Lucy to celebrate the release on Fri 23rd of May at Korjaamon Vintti starting at 20:00.
Lucy Was Driving’s second full length album Rock & Science will be released thu 17.4.!
Now you can pre-order your copy from Record Shop X!
New single “The Question” is now in stores! Go get yours from these digital music stores:
Lucy Was Driving is releasing a new single in 14th of March. It’s called “The Question” and it’s the second single from the bands up & coming second album. The first one was “The Anthem Of Broken Dreams”. The album will also include the song “Dancing All Around The Universe” that was featured in UMK in 2013.
Lucy Was Driving’s new video introduces straightforward sex, reckless drug abuse – and puppet theater! The Anthem Of Broken Dreams is the band’s first single from the second album to be released early next year. The video tells the universal story of dreams falling apart under unrealistic expectations. See the video below and get your ‘copy’ of the song in following on-line stores:
20:00 Veeti Kallio soolo
21.30 Jukka Ässä
23.00 Lucy Was Driving
00.30 Samuli Putro
Tonight’s show at Liberte will be Otso and Henri acoustic only. So be there in time as Lucy will open the evening at 21:00!
Tomorrow is the Eurovision Song Contest finals in Malmö where the winner of this year’s UMK, Krista Siegfrids will represent Finland. In order to honour this, YLE will show an episode of Tartu Mikkiin-show where Otso is teaming up with Krista. So tune your TV:s to YLE TV2 tomorrow at 21!
It was early 2011 when couple of bands gathered together to talk about the status quo of the Finnish rock-scene. There were lots of good bands but no-one was working together. There was no feel of a community which seemed to flourish, for example, among the Finnish rap-artists. We came up with an idea of a loose collective and a compilation album – made by the bands themselves – which we could use to help each other to find a broader audience.
Although the required two songs each were put together in no time, the actual process of releasing an album was buried under other projects and because we felt that we needed something more to help audience to find it. In the end, when the whole project was about to be forgotten, we came up with a name “Rock in Finglish” and an idea of a competition where a young Finnish band singing in English would get a spot in the album as well as an opportunity to record the songs in Atomic Spa Studios. The winner was Dawn and the roster for the album was ready.
You can find the album behind any of the following links: