12 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fitting into other people’s niches clearly doesn’t sit well with British singer-songwriter Lucie Silvas. After establishing herself as a UK pop ingenue, she’s trading that for Nashville honesty on her fourth album. “Ain’t no consolation prize/I hate it when you size me up/Oh, it’s about time you see me with my cards face up,” she sings on “Black Jeans,” her voice crackling with an electric-wire spark. Under the umbrella of Americana, Silvas brings together ’60s Motown, vintage R&B, brass-backed country-rock, and more, stitching them all together with her peaty vocals. On E.G.O., she sheds any lingering expectations about who or what she should be, instead morphing into a thunderclap of her own reckoning.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fitting into other people’s niches clearly doesn’t sit well with British singer-songwriter Lucie Silvas. After establishing herself as a UK pop ingenue, she’s trading that for Nashville honesty on her fourth album. “Ain’t no consolation prize/I hate it when you size me up/Oh, it’s about time you see me with my cards face up,” she sings on “Black Jeans,” her voice crackling with an electric-wire spark. Under the umbrella of Americana, Silvas brings together ’60s Motown, vintage R&B, brass-backed country-rock, and more, stitching them all together with her peaty vocals. On E.G.O., she sheds any lingering expectations about who or what she should be, instead morphing into a thunderclap of her own reckoning.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

haileykudlik ,

11/10

Lucie is like if Jesus Christ reincarnated himself & was a girl. I’m obsessed with every song

Frmrchyk ,

Beyond amazing!

I have been waiting for this album for months and WOW!!!! Absolutely amazing! Lucie Silvas is top notch and seriously an amazing performer!

echo2587 ,

Brilliant

Loved Lucie’s writing for a long time. This is such a great album.

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