Copperhead Lucy formed after a chance encounter in a cello shop in Camden, North London.
Based around the delicate voice and songs of Abigail Newis, Copperhead Lucy’s songs describe lives sometimes tragic, sometimes humorous, often morbid, set to a backdrop of junkyard drums, double bass and smoking hot guitar lines.
Taking inspiration from the likes of Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, Portishead and PJ Harvey, the songs run from ethereal whispers to raucous, tantrumic shouts.
Supported by Whiskey Mick, a mandolin player from London, who can regularly be found in and around the Camden and Kentish Town Pubs and beer gardens enjoying a pint (often a wee dram) and strumming a tune.
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