LUCY ROSE DROPS NEW SINGLE ‘TREAT ME LIKE A WOMAN’
British singer-songwriter Lucy Rose released the new single “Treat Me Like A Woman” today, off her forthcoming studio album No Words Left, due out March 22nd. The heartfelt cut blends Rose’s smooth vocals and delicate guitar notes with powerful lyrics, as she tackles issues of sexism and gender dynamics.
She explained to Billboard, the track’s inspiration came from “a combination of events which pushed me to think about the way people interact with me purely based on my gender,” further detailing “It’s a conversation that everyone needs to have with themselves. Have I ever judged a woman differently to a man? The truth, most probably at some point in my life I have. And why? Because of society’s overriding consciousness that hibernates inside us all until we recognise it and understand it’s wrong.”
Rose also released an intimate music video for the single, which Billboard notes, “confronts issues of gender and judgment head-on as her wind-blown hair shields her face from the camera’s gaze throughout the song.” The video is part of a 36-minute film set to accompany the album.
Watch the impactful music video below: