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Lucy Ward’s For The Dead Men featured on Hotel Folly soundtrack

  • October 30, 2013

Lucy Ward’s song ‘For The Dead Men’ is featured in a new documentary film to be shown on BBC 4 on the 11th November. Storyville: Hotel Folly – Folie a Deux is an emotional rollercoaster of a documentary which explores the sometimes extreme highs and lows of one of life’s biggest gambles: buying a home. Helen has seven children, a new partner and a very comfortable lifestyle when they decide to get a mortgage to buy one of the most historical houses in England. They want to convert the shabby 72-room mansion in the centre of York into a tasteful hotel, but when the financial crisis hits, their dream turns into their worst nightmare.


Watch: Lucy Ward – Marching Through The Green Grass

  • August 23, 2013

The new video from Lucy Ward for the song ‘Marching Through The Green Grass’ from her new album Single Flame see’s her dressing up in various guises. It’s great fun and well worth a watch…

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Lucy Ward – Single Flame reviewed

  • August 19, 2013

Lucy Ward’s new album ‘Single Flame’ is out today and receiving some well deserved reviews in the press and online. After winning the Horizon Award for best newcomer at the 2012 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Lucy’s career has gone from strength to strength with her debut album ‘Adelphi Has To Fly’ being met with widespread critical acclaim.

You can read some of the great reviews for ‘Single Flame’ below and follow the links for even more.

Watch: Lucy Ward – Icarus

  • July 11, 2013

Lucy Ward - Single Flame‘Icarus’, written by Lucy Ward and produced by Megson’s Stu Hanna, is the first video from her forthcoming album ‘Single Flame’. The album is released on Navigator Records on 19th August 2013 and can be pre-ordered now from (exclusive signed copies), and iTunes.

New Album: Lucy Ward – Single Flame

  • June 12, 2013

Lucy Ward - Single FlameFor her much-anticipated second album (the follow up to the 2011 debut Adelphi Has To Fly), the 23-year old singer, guitarist, ukulele and concertina player Lucy Ward delivers a finely tuned synthesis of original and traditionally arranged material. Production is again by Stu Hanna (of acclaimed folk duo Megson, both of whom also sing and play here). There, however, the similarities end as the new album – Single Flame – finds Lucy organically broadening her musical palette whilst remaining firmly rooted in a folk tradition that gives shape and form to her sound. Balancing the contemporary and the traditional is never an easy act to achieve but Lucy does it with a natural gift and flair. Her songwriting creates the kind of original songs that you think you’ve heard somewhere before – on an old folk recording or the radio; a testament to the quality of her lyrics, melodies and ‘hooks’.