Raised in the Sydney region, Lucie Tiger is the embodiment of a Southern infused, country rock singer-songwriter, coloured with a hefty dose of good ol’ Americana charm. We’re so lucky to be able to premiere the music video for her latest single, Found My Home.
Ever the wandering songstress, the song name checks locations like Nashville, Alabama, Memphis, and the Mississippi Delta, and reflects (with a longing sense of nostalgia) on the places most enjoyed during Lucie’s USA travels.
Lucie says, “Every line in the song is a reference to a place I’ve been or something I’ve done, and I think that’s why this song is so special to me. It’s something that can only be achieved in writing songs about your own experiences.”
Found My Home offers up a melting pot of southern rock, blues and country that draws its influences from the likes of the Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd as well as a more modern touches of RaeLynn and Miranda Lambert.
The music video was edited by Jay Seeney of Blacklist Productions, however all the footage was captured by Lucie while on the road in the USA. The inspiration for the video was an old-fashioned style home movie feel.
Lucie adds, “I wanted to show everybody how beautiful and unique and interesting all of these places are.”
Found My Home is a taster from her upcoming LP, Greetings from Muscle Shoals. The single follows her acclaimed rendition of Jimi Hendrix’s The Wind Cries Mary, which reached No. 4 on the AMRAP charts. While the title track from previously released EP, Gasoline reached No. 1 on the AMRAP charts and remained on the chart for 7 weeks.
Watch the video below!
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