Lou Roy announces debut album Pure Chaos and shares debut single “Uppercut”
Last September, Los Angeles indie-pop singer / songwriter Lou Roy charmed us with her debut release on British indie label Balloon Machine (heka, Laura Fell), the “Effortless Raising” “Valkyrie”. There’s more where this came from, as Roy detailed his first feature film, Pure chaos, coming April 29, and shared their latest single, the merry “Uppercut”.
Like “Valkyrie” before, Pure chaos is co-produced by Roy and Sarah Tudzin (Illuminati hotties), who also know a thing or two about irreverent and irreverent indie-pop music. On “Uppercut,” their combined expertise translates into a vibrant, life-affirming ode to roll with the punches of life and savor every day above the ground. Guitars and soft touches frame Roy’s voice as she examines both times of joy and times when life “couldn’t be more fucked up”, letting it all wash over her with a given grace, part, by its art (“And when the disc starts / I get very hard / It’s a jab, a cross, a hook, a hook, an uppercut”). On the climaxing guitar hit of the second chorus, she promises, “I swear, baby, we’ll always have fun / Even when we’re ground up in cosmic dust / And even when we’re back on earth as scum pond / I swear baby we’ll always have fun.
Listen to “Uppercut” below and find the details of Pure chaos lower.
Pure chaos List of tracks:
05. If we were strangers
07. Down since ’07
08. Ride of the bull
09. Large anvil
11. I’m talking to you
Pure chaos Blanket :