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Lucie Tiger prepares to tour the USA as she releases new Americana-country single, ‘Apple Tree’ as well as it’s B-side, ‘Baby Don’t You Go’
Lucie Tiger is excited to release her newest single Apple Tree and its B-side Baby Don’t You Go, two songs that show her reverence for decades gone by while staying fresh and modern in a world that desperately needs more love.
Recorded and produced at Delta King Studios in Sydney (The Middle Kids, Dean Lewis, Guy Sebastian), Apple Tree is a glorious melting pot of slide guitar and organ, delivering flashbacks to when Dylan went electric mixed with Australia’s newest export, The Teskey Brothers. Meanwhile, Baby Don’t You Go is an ode to those in love and those who want to be in love with soaring vocals grounded by barn dance drums and stunning piano lines.
‘Apple Tree paints a picture of a beautiful place in the countryside,’ explains Lucie Tiger, ‘all it needs is the love of your life to show up and it’ll be perfect. Baby Don’t You Go is a classic love song but with an old-school blues twist right at the end.’
After releasing the single, Lucie Tiger will be heading over to the United States to tour Chicago, Nashville, Muscle Shoals, Memphis and Clarksdale – cities and towns that mean so much to her, inspiring and almost magical places.
Especially when it comes to Clarksdale, where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil. As well as playing shows, Lucie will also be recording in some of the most famous, historic studios in the history of modern music – Sun Studios in Memphis (made famous by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, as well as Chris Isaac, more recently) and FAME Recording Studios in Muscle Shoals (which has hosted the Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, the Allman Brothers, not to mention Tim McGraw and the Dixie Chicks in recent years) to name a couple.
28 Sep, Bill’s Bar, Chicago (USA)
29 Sep, Reggie’s, Chicago (USA)
30 Sep, Uncommon Ground, Chicago (USA)
1 Oct, True Music Room, Nashville (USA)
2 Oct, Commodore Grille, Nashville (USA)
7 Oct, Rock House Live, Memphis (USA)
10 Oct, Ground Zero Blues Club, Clarksdale (USA)
6 Nov, MoshPit, Newtown (NSW)
Source- The A&R Department
Categories: Indie Music