Entitled “Together” the release is a compilation of videos from frontline healthcare workers taken during our current crisis and at-home quarantine selfies from fans and friends of artist Lucy & La Mer.
The songwriter shares, “I wanted to create something that would help us uplift and encourage each other. There’s a tremendous amount of good happening in the world right now. In the midst of the intense losses and surreal new normal, I think continuing to share our stories will alleviate the loneliness that many individuals are feeling at home. For me, my mental health struggled tremendously during the first few weeks of the stay-at-home regulation. By connecting with fans and friends to create this video, I felt more normal and less anxious. We’re all doing this together.”
The video features cameos from LGBTQ social media influencers Jessie Paege, Gaby Dunn, and Amber Whittington (Amber’s Closet). As well as TikTok stars Matt Stauffer, Jason “TikTok Doc” Campbell, Haley Faulkner, and Twitch artist Raquel Lily.
Lucy & La Mer has been profiled in publications including Billboard, Refinery 29, and LA Times among others
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Los Angeles based artist Lucy & La Mer continues to spread cheer with her latest EP “I Feel Better Now”. An advocate for mental health awareness, Lucy’s sound is a whirlwind of joy, camaraderie, and liberation. Her welcoming stage presence and distinctive style have led to bookings around the world, and her shows have become pep rallies for self-love and inclusivity. Lucy & La Mer “focuses her message on self-love, care and honest expression.” (EARMILK)
Alongside the captivating singles “Got That Thing” (heard internationally on a Dove Commercial) and “Blue Dress” (featured on Billboard), her new crowd-chanting tune “Together” perfectly captures the silver lining of our world’s current emotional state during quarantine – Togetherness. During this challenging time, people all over the world are coming together to care for one another. In her new music video, fans and friends of the Folk Pop singer send their positivity and encouragement through selfie videos submitted from their homes.
“Tour might be canceled for this year, but the music isn’t canceled. Our love for each other isn’t canceled. And in these low times, we need to lift each other up more than ever,” said the singer. Although live shows have been postponed, Lucy continues to stream online concerts and encourages her fans to stay positive and look for ways they can help others. Her sophomore ep “I FEEL BETTER NOW” is now available everywhere.
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