Lusaint - “Dream Life” press photo

Discover Your “Dream Life” By Listening to Lusaint’s Wistful Single

Lusaint (@lusaintmusic) is a Mancunian singer-songwriter based in Manchester, England. Not too long ago, she returned with a reflective single, “Dream Life,” via indie imprint, Heavenly Fire.

Lusaint – “Dream Life” music video

“‘Dream Life’ is something I believe everyone will feel at some point in their life. Getting away from your everyday life to experience a new start but recognizing the grass isn’t always greener.” – Lusaint stated

The soul-bearing “Dream Life” presents a stripped-back moment of intimacy from Lusaint. Backed by a soothing choir, jazzy, Latin-infused acoustic guitar, and a gentle, shuffling groove, Lusaint pines over lost lives and unseized opportunities. “Wish I could live my dream life, the one that got away,” she sings on a wistful, bittersweet chorus. “I wish I had memories of the girl that I could’ve been.”

“Dream Life” follows Lusaint’s “Fool For You,” and powerful lead single “Dark Horse,” which received support from BBC Introducing Manchester and Victoria Jane, Future Artists, and Dean & Vicky on BBC Radio 1 amongst other tastemakers. “Dream Life” is also another glimpse at Lusaint’s hotly anticipated debut EP, “self sabotage,” set for release in 2024, and produced by Blue May (Joy Crookes, Jorja Smith, Lily Allen, Kano).

“Wish I could push restart sometimes.”

Lusaint - “Dark Horse” press photo

With over 50 million streams globally, Lusaint has come a long way since her breakthrough in 2019, a year in which she broke the daily record for most Shazams in 24 hours. Since then, acoustic covers of Beyoncé’s “Crazy In Love” and “Wicked Game” by Chris Isaak have drawn acclaim, with the latter hitting over 11 million YouTube views. In 2022, Lusaint made a scene-stealing appearance on Franky Wah’s “Find Out Who We Are.”

Such success has led to collaborations with glamorous brands including Dior, Alighieri Jewellery; and a London Fashion Week 2023 appearance, and in the press she has been championed by major media publications, while DSP playlist support has included Spotify’s NMF UK, Apple Music’s New In Pop, Deezer’s Breaking UK, Amazon Music’s Finely Tuned, and TikTok’s New Music. Radio support has come from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Future Soul: Victoria Jane, Future Artists, and Dean + Vicky (Daytime), multiple spins on BBC Introducing: Manchester including a Producer’s Pick for “Fool For You,” and spots on BBC Local Radio Playlist: A List across 39 stations.

“I’d throw this all away.”

Lusaint - “Dark Horse” press photo
Photo by Fiona Garden

Lusaint’s music has also appeared on TV shows including Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, Love Island, and MTV and VH1 in Italy. While on the touring circuit, she has headlined prestigious UK venues including The Troubadour and Notting Hill Arts Club.

“Dream Life” is another shining example of the show-stopping vocals and heart-stopping songwriting of Lusaint. With more music on the way, Lusaint will be headlining a show at Crazy Croqs in London on January 30th, 2024.

Lusaint – “Dream Life” single

Lusaint - “Dream Life” cover art

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