Flowering with dream soaked instrumentals & confessions of ‘mid-twenty-age-angst...



In ‘Sunken Light’, Lucy Feliz takes you through new sonic terrain, flowering with dream soaked instrumentals and confessions of her ‘mid-twenty-age-angst’.

Expressed in a hybrid of celestial folk, psych fuzz and Lynchian nostalgia, Lucy explores themes of shame and mortality, by harnessing the cyclical nature of human experience, guided by the path of the sun.. existentialism at its best.

Recorded at The Sitting Room studio, in Lyttleton, NZ, and produced and mixed by Ben Edwards (Julia Jacklin, Nadia Reid, Aldous Harding, Marlon Williams) - this evolution from self recorded debut ‘Ancestry’ (under the alias LosFeliz) - retains the intimacy of songwriting, yet allows greater scope for the immersive feel, with plumes of luscious sound walls and flowering lyricism.


From English and Welsh pastures, on the cusp of the analogue era, Lucy spent much of her summers recording over and cutting up cassette tapes, satisfying an eclectic taste for warped sounds. Recording her first album in a church founded by her ancestors – the album was released by Union Music Label, and launched a tour of the UK and beyond.
After receiving positive press reviews, and plays of her "luminous music with great heart" on BBC radio, Lucy went on to support artists such as Laura Veirs, Anna Burch and Tiny Ruins on their UK tours and is now preparing her full band to promote the release of her sophomore album.