Lucie Barât is a punk, a poet, and a prodigal purveyor of ballsy synth spoken word. She also just happens to be the Libertines Frontman Carl Barât’s sister. Lucie creates her political poetry from the influences of Patti Smith and Gil Scott Heron and boasts a hostile, non-pretentious spin on synth. Her debut single “Be Uprising” dropped in late May to critical acclaim from press and fans alike, and even a Labour MP or two.
“Lucie’s debut single oozes a raw indie-pop sound with a political gritty edge, it’s an absolute gem” – Gigslutz
“Lucie’s drive, passion, stage presence and thought provoking lyrics fit perfectly alongside a contemporary, beat driven synth/pop sound” The Hype Media
Lucie Barât, Will Sin For Love, LOCK
Doors open at 7:30pm, 27th July
It’s £5 on the door.
Half of door and merch will be donated to The Grenfell tragedy.
Author: Marie Ellis
People say write about what you know. So I did. I founded Broke Girl in the City – a smart girl’s guide to leading a fabulous lifestyle on a budget! A career spanning entertainment, bars & nightclubs (and frequenting them), film, music and TV, there isn’t much I don’t know about how to have fun in the city when completely broke.