Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Angel Olsen


band members

Lucy Francesca Dron


Influences

Phil Elvrum, The Strokes, Modest Mouse, My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, The Villagers


Unearthed artists we like

Sahara Beck


Bio

Lucy Francesca Dron is an emerging Brisbane based singer/songwriter. A recent graduate of the Music Industry College, Lucy is developing a reputation as a unique artist with a distinctive style.

Born on October 20, 1999, Lucy Francesca Dron grew up in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia in a family of musicians. She started studying classical cello when she was around 7 years old and has also achieved high level examinations in contemporary Voice. At 14, Lucy began recording lo-fi covers of her favourite indie and alternative artists in her grandparents garage, posting them to YouTube and attracting a wide following, especially for her rendition of Human Sadness by her all time greatest influence - Julian Casablancas and the Voidz.

After moving to the Music Industry College for her final 2 years of schooling, Lucy branched out into songwriting, and in this context Lucy released her first self-produced EP -Eloqium, which presents an eclectic folio of original songs. Lucy Francesca Dron's style, while hard to define, could be described as post punk infused with indie rock and a dash of lo-fi folk. Audience members have said of her "If Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison had a love child - it would be you!"

Recent Projects
In 2017, Lucy collaborated with her brother Tom Dron and drummer Corey Percival in a performance at the New Globe Theater. In October, Lucy performed two of her own works "Dance of the Divinity" and "Questions", in a collaboration with renown Australian contemporary music ensemble, Topology as part of the Cleveland Contemporary Music Festival. Lucy was a selected participant for the "Sarabah Sessions" in 2017 where she was fortunate to be mentored by Sahara Beck in a series of workshops which resulted in the recording of "Dissolution". Most recently, Lucy recorded her song "Bikini Bottom" at QUT mixed By Andrew Francis.