Digging into those embarrassing childhood home videos
Lucy Dacus spent lockdown in a house full of people she didn’t really know in a city she’d just moved to – now they call each other “cousins” and collectively binge on some brilliant/terrible classic TV shows.
In June the Richmond, Virginia songwriter will release her third album, Home Video, an LP heavy on nostalgia – or at least an album heavy on how photos and videos of childhood weave in and out of a person’s creation of memory. For Lucy, those memories are things like getting dressed up as a cowgirl or interviewing icicles (yep).
And while she hasn’t seen her pals in boygenius – Phoebe Bridges and Julien Baker – in person for 18 months they’ve been FaceTiming. I ask whether that means new music might come from them at some stage, too.
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