The other day while switching through music channels, I came across a video for a song called “What you’re Made Of” by a new singer called Lucie Silvas.
I really liked the song and sent myself an email with it’s title and her name as a reminder for myself to check more of her music out.
Today, I got to hear her new debut album “Breathe In”, and I simply loved it.
Lucie Silvas is a highly talented British singer/songwriter, who has previously supported Macy Gray and written songs for Rachel Stevens, Gareth Gates and Liberty X.
She has a great voice, pure and powerful. It reminds me a bit of Christina Aguilera’s voice, only I like Lucie’s voice and style of singing better. She breathes a lot more life into her songs. In fact her style reminds me of the great Australian Delta Goodrem.
“Breathe In” is produced by Mike Peden, who has previously worked with stars like The Lighthouse Family, Des’Ree and Shara Nelson.
I really liked her music, lyrics and style of singing. I enjoyed the whole album.
My favourite songs on it are: “What You’re Made Of”, “Forget Me Not”, “Without You”, and her great cover of Metallica’s masterpiece “Nothing Else Matters”.
But in reality this album has no filler tracks, it’s all really great material.
I totally recommend getting this album, it’s one of the best albums I’ve heard this year.
My score for it would be: 9/10.
Yeah, it’s that good.