Lu Wright’s ‘British Daisy’ Is A Slice Of Pop-Edged Soul

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London riser Lu Wright makes her debut with 'British Daisy'.

The songwriter's life has been dominated by music, a path that has taken her to the prestigious BIMM institute.

Working on her ideas and refining them in her spare time, she's built a persona that allows soul and pop to intermingle.

Debut EP 'Notes To Self' arrives this Spring, and it's trailed by this blossoming, gorgeous single.

'British Daisy' is about "putting on a brave face", she says, "instead of saying what we mean and acknowledging the fact that we are all fragile…"

A song that fuses inner strength with an awareness of our limitations, 'British Daisy' pushes melody to the fore.

Lu Wright continues: "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. ‘British Daisy’ speaks of a time where I found myself daydreaming of a life where I was happier, but didn’t have the strength to make it happen."

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Lu Wright will release her debut EP ‘Notes To Self’ on May 2021.

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