Lucy Leave

Fuzzy psychedelic drone-pop and post-punk noise, with a hint of early Pink Floyd. The band went retro and produced a sample cassette, but also released a real EP on CD in June 2016.

Psychedelic, Rock


Dates for your diary

Friday 24th January @ 8pm
Buy tickets from WeGotTicketsLucy Leave, Yorkshire Duck, The Cooling Pearls, Basic Dicks: . Album launch for Lucy Leave's "Everybody is doing so well"
WHEN: Friday 24th January @ 8pm.
ADV TICKETS: £6.60 from WeGotTickets.
PROMOTER: Divine Schism.

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Lucy Leave Trivia

Origin of the name: No-one in the band is called Lucy. Lucy Leave was the name of a song written by Syd Barrett, recorded by Pink Floyd in 1964 and used only on a sampler disk they distributed in 1965. Mike, the Guitarist from Lucy Leave, used to play in a Pink Floyd tribute band called Interstellar Emily.

Fashion Sense: Lucy Leave was described by Nightshift as looking like "mismatched trendy teachers getting together for an end of term revue". Well actually its only two teachers plus an academic.

Oxford Punt: Lucy Leave was selected as one of the showcased local bands at Oxford Punt 2016.

Support your local musicians

Lucy Leave merchandise (EP, T-shirts, Sampler casettes) available directly from the band. Indie bands and artists work hard for little reward. If you like great music, support your local music scene. Go to gigs, buy the music, buy the CDs, buy the merchandise, contribute to fund-raisers, like them on Facebook, tell your friends about their gigs, or buy the band a drink.

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