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!"
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.