Lucy Blu | Bonnie & Clyde

A review of Lucy Blu's

Written by Marina Blore

On October 16, 2020

Review

From the sound of the police sirens that top and tail this track, Bonnie & Clyde unsurprisingly follows a very American trajectory through its country pop sound and references.

Lucy Blu is already making a name for herself having reached the number 1 slot on the UK iTunes Country Chart with her previous single Only Just Begun.

Bonnie & Clyde is a country pop song, guitar led and with vocals that at times are reminiscent of Olivia Newton John. It moves along at rocky pace and with a catchy chorus, it is a definite crowd pleaser.

The girl with the blue hair was making waves and breaking through in 2019 following appearances at major festivals as well as attracting national radio play for her music. We can only assume that as and when live music returns in earnest, Lucy Blu will be able to pick up where she left off and we will continue to see her name on the poster boards in 2021.

Marina Blore, The British Country Music Festival (TBCMF) 

 

Lucy Blu releases Bonnie & Clyde

Credits

Lucy Blue | Bonnie & Clyde

Credits

Performed by Lucy Blu

Written by Lucy Alexandra Sardinha

Produced by Alex Maile

 

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