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Lucy Sugerman - Live at Gang Gang

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Join Lucy Sugerman for a set of stripped back songs with her band for a cruisy Sunday afternoon, new and old; clever indie-pop songwriting at its finest. Support by Lara Buchanan.

Lucy Sugerman is not afraid to tell it like it is. Her sixth sense for storytelling coupled with a gift for crafting assured melodic hooks is a recipe for sweet pop that can still pack a punch. Youthful and addictive energy perpetuates Lucy’s music and presence at every turn, even in her most vulnerable moments. But while she’s only 22 years old, the self-managed artist possesses an impressive work ethic and dedication to staying honest to her art and herself - letting people into her world through relatable tales of her struggles and triumphs in romance and growing up, cathartically capturing the spirit in learning from your own experiences. 

In 2022, Lucy won triple j Unearthed’s Groovin the Moo competition to perform at the festival, was named a triple j Unearthed Feature Artist and opened shows for the likes of Charley, George Alice and merci, mercy. Her versatility is evident from the year alone - co-writing and releasing ‘Headache’ with Thomas Porter (Dew Process), a tongue-in-cheek upbeat pop gem about an awkward dating exchange, garnering Spotify NMF, Pop n’ Fresh, softly and *hits different* playlisting, and duetting with AYA YVES on ‘Feels Alright’, a soft acoustic ballad written by Alex Lahey and Bri Clark.

This year, Lucy released singles ‘control freak’ and ‘panic!’ ahead of her sophomore EP 'spiralling (over discourse on the internet), receiving major Spotify and Apple Music features, as well as spins on triple j’s 2023 and Home & Hosed. She has also played Wollongong's Yours & Owls Festival in October, following on from support slots for Sly Withers, LANKS, STUMPS and SAFIA. Additionally, Lucy was nominated for Best Live Voice at the 2023 NLMAs.


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