It has been twelve months since singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan chose to go sober, and life has changed a lot. In fact, the present day Lucy Spraggan is, in a multitude of ways, unrecognizable from the person of yesteryear.
Control - both relinquishing it and taking it back - plus rediscovering oneself, is a recurring theme of the past year and Spraggan's forthcoming album Choices. Aptly named, the songs that comprise the collection offer insight and introspection that saw her let go of alcohol, embrace exercise and a healthier lifestyle, move onwards through a divorce and find solace in its wake.
Needless to say, it may have been necessary, but it was by no means easy. In conclusion, "it's really just been an enlightening thing."
"Sober" is the second single from Lucy's upcoming album, Choices. The song is a self-confessional account of Lucy's journey to sobriety and is accompanied by an honest stark video that reveals the powerful and raw emotions that lead her to change.
Spraggan says, "I wrote this song in a matter of days after deciding to be sober. I wrote it with my friend Joe and I said to him, 'I think this is something that I'm going to do for the foreseeable future and wanted to put the reasons down in a song.'"
- Vinyl LP
- Red Color Vinyl
- Limited-Time Digital Download Card
- Run To The Hills
- Heartbreak Suites
- If I Had A God
- I Spent A Night In The Desert
- You've Let Yourself Down
- Choices (Don't Be Afraid)
- Why Don't We Start From Here