Press Release (ePRNews.com) - NEW YORK - Sep 19, 2017 - Lucy Monciel is a songwriter with a huge appetite for many genres of music ranging from classical to electronic. After releasing her classical album “Summer Memories in Blue,” two weeks ago, Lucy marches on to the world of pop. Her album release “Party Fire,” includes a mix of reggae, dance and pure pop songs. The title alludes to the fun fire parties and calls on all the party lovers to a new feast. The rule is to follow the rhythm and the feelings in your heart.
It’s highly recommended to listen to this album in order to discover mesmerizing harmonies, catchy and memorable melodies as well as soaring vocals. Lucy has admitted to having produced almost all of these songs. Her vision is to take vocals to a new level. Indeed her remarkable talent to switch genres, vocal delivery and tones have served her well during her songwriting and producing journey.
Lucy believes in the power of words to make the world a better place for all. In the song “On Another Beat of a Drum,” she draws attention to the dark side of today’s society by inviting her audience to live the opposite way “on another beat of a drum”, where people truly care about each other and extend their helping hand in need. Moreover, Lucy emphasizes the constant need to rely on one’s strength and beauty in “A Hero Like You, “ and “Thinking of You.”
Today, we don’t have genres of music, but we do have rhythm.
Lucy Monciel became an established artist through her first original “Tahitian Blue,” based on her love for the ocean and waves. She started her music career in cover bands, but then she migrated to more daring performances like “Destiny” and “Bringing Love Show,” during the Intercontinental Concert. People say she resembles Bjork due to her unusual, hypnotic act. If you are lucky, you can catch one of her shows, sometime soon.
The album “Party Fire,” will be released on Sept. 21 to all available major music stores online (iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google play) and later on to many other international distributors. You are invited to check it out and embrace the rhythm. Source :