Andrei Lucas

Andrei Lucas

Andrei Lucas

Paradise Passé
Andrei Lucas, London based songwriter and producer is releasing his debut album Paradise Passé.London based songwriter Andrei Lucas is releasing his debut pop album Paradise Passé on May 21st  which follows the story of a young man finding his place into adulthood in an unforgiving world.

Paradise Passé is the debut EP of songwriter Andrei Lucas, a 10 part indie pop musical journey which describes the story of a young adult in today's reality. Paradise Passé is and indie-pop  body of work with electronic, neo-soul and dance influences. The album is co-produced with Andrei Sora who is a London based producer and composer. The transition from experimental acoustic concepts to nu-disco elements creates a structured evolution allowing vocal diversity and versatility. Paradise Passé  aims to be a quintessentially pop record that finds common ground with today's influences in the contemporary music world.

 A story of self discovery beginning with insecurity, and ending with emancipation, confidence and empowerment. 

Paradise Passé is the metaphor, which stands for lost youth or the resolution of a chapter that marks the transition into adulthood. The EP debuts with distrust and self doubt, emphasizing the importance of today’s mental health in young adults. It continues with “the big move to the city” with an overwhelming journey of self-discovery that leads to loneliness in an unforgiving city. The narrative questions the reason why one starts a big journey to find success when the world seems a lonely place, but the end of the EP is empowering through self-assurance and emancipation. The EP documents lyrically the journey of a young person letting go of one's youth and stepping into maturity by owning who they are. The moment of separation between the two chapters is condensed into the 10 tracks which challenge the listener to introspective.
London UK

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Hugh McIntyre

I enjoyed the song, and I thought the video was really great. I would have loved a little more movement from you, but I think it was still very well done. My only suggestion musically would be to tweak the vocal production. I think it should stand out a little more, perhaps it needs to be turned up a bit. Otherwise, well done.

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