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Lucy – Trinkets

A blend of dreamy emotions with a drop of melancholy.

Trinkets’ latest single “Lucy” showcases the band’s signature sound and features the songwriting and vocals of Rosie Spiro. The band’s musicianship is impressive with Ben Cronin’s lead guitar, Conor Boland’s drum work, Steve Kennedy’s bass playing, and Mike Cleary’s guitar all adding depth and texture to the track.

The band’s distinctive sound draws upon a variety of genres, seamlessly blending elements of indie, folk, and pop. This is particularly evident in “Lucy”, which features dreamy guitars and delicate vocals that perfectly capture the song’s emotional core.

“Lucy” has a beautiful aura of melancholy that’s impossible to resist. The lyrics are honest and heartfelt, addressing topics that many in their twenties can relate to. Rosie’s vocals are hauntingly beautiful, conveying the emotions of the song with precision and grace.

But what really sets Trinkets apart is their ability to create a cohesive sound that draws upon influences from indie groups all the way to modern pop and folk music. “Lucy” is a testament to their distinctive style and their potential for great success in the music industry. 

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Lucy – Trinkets / Void Reviewed

The band’s distinctive sound draws upon a variety of genres, seamlessly blending elements of indie, folk, and pop. This is particularly evident in “Lucy”, which features dreamy guitars and delicate vocals that perfectly capture the song’s emotional core.

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Review written by Robert Byrne @robvoidrob

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