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LUME Introduces Her Flourishing Track "Apricot"

Upcoming artist LUME is a melting pot of ideas, of sounds, of places. Weaving her way down South from her native Manchester and ending up in Brighton, LUME discovered a new home and newfound creative freedom. There is a palpable yearning in LUME’s music. A familiar emotive thread which she has been pulling; from her debut EP ‘Tip of Your Thumb’ via the masterful ‘Edge of My Seat’, (which earned a co-sign from Taylor Swift, who featured the title track on her ‘International Women’s Day Playlist’) and woven into the fabric of her latest offering. Somewhere, Elsewhere is LUME’s most accomplished body of work to date, once again raising the bar as a genuine all-rounder: songwriter, producer, and artist with an increasingly clear creative vision. She has been championed by the likes of BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing, Line of Best Fit, Clash, Complex, Pigeons and Planes & Mahogany amongst others. With the release of her newest single "Apricot", she presents a very dreamy sound that will surely grasp your attention. Starting with vibrant instrumentation leading onto her sweet and soft vocals she completes the song entirely. To explain the track further the chorus hook unlocks some of the meaning behind the title: “They say we’re growing apart, like fruit ripe from the tree…” LUME puts a more hopeful slant on the experience, however, celebrating the reality that ‘growing apart’ is still growing. To the vocals and production, this single projects a calming feeling knowing if things don't work out you are still able to grow and flourish. It would be just perfect for a day out on the beach or alone within your thoughts. Go stream "Apricot" and check out her discography which is filled with amazing tracks.



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