Lucia
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RO Bucharest – Indie / Indiepop / Pop / Art-Pop / Electropop
Lucia
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760 K
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Soundcloud: 760 K Music Plays
34.2 M
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Youtube: 34.2 M Video Views
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Lucia feat. Muse Quartet - catastrophe (live @ Fratelli)
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Global Records
E41472da4821c2905a42bf0583c12520aeb04069 FRTHR Single 2018
7191fb3ae50dc4edc3eb5887b1b003b0affa283b Samsara Album 2018
Empire Music Management
7ac6866709e050bb6e0f5a3753ec04520559f1a6 Silence Album 2015
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Arguably Romania’s first Youtube sensation, Lucia had her breakthrough in 2012 with the single „Silence” – garnering 25 million views to date and legions of fans worldwide.

Signed to Global Records the same year, she went on to explore a modern indie-pop sound, carving a niche of her own.

The 23-year-old Romanian indie/pop singer recently released her second studio album, “Samsara”. You might be one of the millions of people who watched her hit YouTube video “Silence” from when she was a teenager, or you might remember her constant search for a proper style and tone that marked her debut album from 2015 (also titled “Silence”). In this year’s “Samsara”, however, we see a new side of Lucia – the mature, self-assured artist who brings together a crew of musicians and producers to complete her vision of a concept album about death and rebirth.

The music on “Samsara” is diverse, with lots of piano and strings but also a touch of electronica; you can hear echoes of established acts such as Regina Spektor or Aurora. “afloat” opens with an a-cappella tune that might sound almost cute, until the instrumental layers start enveloping it and you realize it’s a song about a burial at sea. “edge” has a distinct burlesque/cabaret feel, while “bounds” and “mother” make wonderful use of the string quartet and are arguably the album’s most melancholy tracks, in tone with their powerful lyrics. We also see Lucia’s experimental side in songs such as “catastrophe” and future single “food chain”, massive tracks where the fusion between the studio band, the strings and the electronica elements is as compelling as ever.