Laura Lucas - Fault Line

November 27, 2020

Strong emotions for your weekend? Here they are! The first time we heard this song, we had a delicious and strange feeling: as if time had stood still for almost four minutes. Laura Lucas' voice literally ... bewitched us. As a remedy for the most difficult situations, the song acts like a good glass of wine. Have you ever experienced a toxic relationship? I did. And I can tell you that it is complicated to get by, especially when it comes to a close family member. Here is the theme of this song, where the first 2 minutes are carried by magnificent piano chords and this unique voice! The second part of the song, starting at 2:00, when the drums set in, is even more delicious than the first. With a final chorus out of the ordinary. When a young singer, usually with a rather folk universe, manages to give you chills by trying out a new musical genre, it's won! Yes, feel free to listen to his previous singles, you might fall in love with a voice. We wish Laura all the best for the future, but we will definitely watch her closely. We can't wait to find out more. Included in our "Indie Pop" playlist, and of course, you will now hear this amazing track on the Indie Music Radio.

Laura Lucas point of view :

Fault Line is essentially a song about coming out on the other side of a toxic relationship. It’s about realizing that people aren’t always going to be there for you in the way you need them to be and that it has nothing to do with you. The song came to me after a huge period of change in my life. Writing it felt like such a relief and signified a real turning point for me.

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Biography :

Canadian born indie-folk singer-songwriter and poet Laura Lucas rediscovered her passion for songwriting while spending a year living in Melbourne, Australia in 2019. After years of writing songs for no one but herself to hear, Laura decided on a whim to record some of them with producer Garrett Kato in his Byron Bay studio. From these recordings came Laura’s debut single “Poetry” in 2019, as well as “Big Questions” and “Moon Dream,” the latter being described by For the Rabbits as “a luxurious slice of alt-folk, a tapestry of rich vocal harmonies.” As a poet herself, Laura is inspired by thoughtful lyricists such as Leonard Cohen and Lana Del Rey. Laura’s poetry has appeared in multiple online and print publications, such as Press 53, Burnt Pine Magazine, Snapdragon: A Journal of Art and Healing, and elsewhere. Laura’s work as a poet is “something that shines through in her lyrics and adds another layer of creativity to her songs” (Buzz Music).


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