Lucy Spraggan Releases New Song “OCD”
British singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan released a new song “OCD” from her upcoming seventh studio album “Balance” on March 3, 2023.
The song is the third single off, following “Everything Changes” and “Balance”.
It was written by Lucy Spraggan.
The track was written about a mental health disorder characterized, which called OCD stands for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
Lucy Spraggan shared on social media, “I got a working diagnosis of OCD last year. I have spent quite a while trying to work out whether or not I do have it or if it's something else entirely. I don't have an answer yet, but I have written a song that describes what it's like inside my head.”
She continued, “The chorus lyric goes like this: 'I'm obsessive, and compulsive, brain's not normal you might have noticed, I speak before I think. Make my judgments on first impressions, I get low, yeah, I get depressed, And I speak before I think.' I can get sidetracked by pretty much anything… Even during a gig 😂”
- The new album comprises 14-track, featuring guest appearance from Pt. II. It is set to be released on April 28, 2023.
Also, she will publish her memoir entitled “Process” on July 20, 2023.
Lucy Spraggan said, “I've been working very hard over the last 18 months on my album and I've been working for nearly two and a half years on my book and I'm thrilled that both things I have created are gonna be released into the world! I'm full of anticipation and excitement and at points nervous about the release but I can't wait. 2023 is going to be a big one!”
She told DIVA magazine about the album and memoir in an interview, “My album is also called Balance and it's a pretty reflective record. It's about a lot of things thematically, but when I heard all of the songs together I realised that it is mostly about the last couple of years and trying to find balance in my life. There are songs about addiction, body dysmorphia and OCD. It's a really topical one. My memoir, Process, gives away a lot in its title! As well as talking about things I have never spoken publicly about, I am talking about the process through my life and through trauma. I learned a lot about myself on my way through sobriety and therapy and I did a lot of things that weren't so great in the middle bit.”
Photo by James North
- source : Apple Music