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Lyndsay, a female singer/songwriter with countless hit singles to her name, including "Daphne" and "Letter 25", is definitely not one to shy away from a challenge, as noted with the release of her latest single, "Regent Street", written by singer/songwriter jon lukas woodenman and produced by Niki Gravino. Whilst having grown accustomed to performing a mixture of ballads, Lyndsay has decided to move away from her comfort zone with this brand new single, due to the idea of a less commercial sound. 

Nevertheless, radio stations have picked up the track relatively quickly, and the reviews have been extremely positive. In support of the release, the female singer/songwriter has also issued a music video, which features the busy street life in the United Kingdom, as well as jon lukas woodenman himself. Whilst this particular sound is very much, like it or hate it, we sway towards the former, and well done to Lyndsay on trying something different. We urge you to stay tuned to even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news about the local music scene.

Source: Lyndsay (Facebook, Twitter)

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Lyndsay, fresh off the release of her eighth single, "Letter 25", a collaboration with Lulu Agius, had the pleasure to meet me for a chat in recent weeks, for a special feature interview for The Sunday Times of Malta. It was revealed that Lyndsay is currently flirting with the idea of entering the Malta Eurovision Song Contest in 2015, should the competition still exist, denoting the recent rumours going round that an internal selection is a possibility.

Speaking highly with regards to the production of both the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, as well as the song quality in recent years, Lyndsay states 'never say never as they say, although I am very much tempted, having had loads of fun as a backing vocalist to both Ally and Klinsmann when they competed', in direct reference to her participation in 2011 and 2013, joining the entourage of "Numb" and "The Remedy".

The female singer/songwriter went onto add that the boundaries between the competition and radio airplay have almost been brought down completely, quickly pointing out the success of Kurt Calleja with "This Is The Night" in 2012, and Gianluca with "Tomorrow" in 2013. "As an artist, I think it was pretty unfair to see fellow friends of mine face difficulties in getting their songs played on the radio knowing the amount of time and work which goes into creating a song". 

Lyndsay and Lulu will be unveiling the official music video accompaying "Letter 25", a co-write between Lyndsay, Lulu and Boris Cezek, during an acoustic session at The Villa in St Julians. The entrance to the event is free of charge, and we are sure that you will have a splendid time in a beautiful atmosphere. We urge you to stay tuned to even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news.

Source: The Sunday Times of Malta

Published in Local Music News

Lyndsay, a female singer/songwriter whose discography stretches round about seven years, managed to release her biggest hit to date twelve months ago. "Daphne" led to a Best Solo Artist and Best Song Nomination at the Malta Music Awards, missing out to Ira Losco in both. The past year, she has not been waiting for the next opportunity to come along, gigging in leading pubs, clubs and restaurants whilst working on a brand new single, a collaboration with Lulu Agius.

"Letter 25", the name chosen for the single, is co-written by Lulu Agius, Lyndsay and Boris Cezek, the latter of "Tomorrow" fame. The track will be officially launched with an accompanying music video on the 9th July during an event set to take place at The Villa in Balluta Bay, Sliema. The event will also include the very first LIVE performance of the song, in acoustic fashion, as has become traditional with the female singer/songwriter as of late. Listening to this single for the first time a couple of weeks ago, it is to be said that it holds a remarkable sound, one which Lyndsay should evolve on. We urge you to stay tuned to even on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news about the local music scene.

Source: Lyndsay Pace (Website, Facebook)

Published in Local Music News