Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Influences

Chloe X Halle, Birdy, Lorde, Florence + the Machine, Maggie Rogers, Banks


Bio

Lucinda Edwards’ music is born of synaesthesia and an unbending love for storytelling. Her songwriting begins with a scent, a taste, an image and – always – a story. The result: a sound which is cinematic and immersive. Edwards’ songs belong to a universe seeded in her Sydney bedroom, and combine to form what feels like the soundtrack to a coming-of-age film: tapping into veins of the universal, with the fresh eyes and electric energy of youth.

At 17, Lucinda is shaping a genre-defying course, traversing sonic borders, shifting between soft rock, indie, and atmospheric synth-pop. Reminiscent of Florence and the Machine and London Grammar, her soulful vocals intersect with twisty, whimsical infusions of electronic and organic elements. Storytelling is the thread which ties it all together. With intricate songwriting and a soundscape which mirrors the depth and range of the artist herself, Lucinda Edwards is a force unfolding.

More tunes coming sooooooooon (:

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

03 Sep 2021

Triple J
40

Crystalline walls and fragile mists - it's graceful majesty from Lucinda, a serenade of high beauty.

Crystalline walls and fragile mists - it's graceful majesty from Lucinda, a serenade of high beauty.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

26 Aug 2021

Triple J
40

I think Lucinda's book marked the most mesmerising spells in her conjuring book. This one's awash with a cinematic glow that draws you in and holds you there.

I think Lucinda's book marked the most mesmerising spells in her conjuring book. This one's awash with a cinematic glow that draws you in and holds you there.

Review

Review by Lucy Smith Lucy Smith

26 Aug 2020

Triple J
40

The most encapsulating, ethereal vocals. Wow.

The most encapsulating, ethereal vocals. Wow.