The track – out now on Sad Club Records – has a delicate honesty, like a spider’s web blowing in the wind on a rainy winter’s day.
TV Room is the intimate solo project of Lucy Rushton, developed between her time behind the drum kit for the glorious deep tan. With two singles already set free into the world, TV Room’s latest, ’Stacey’, comes once again via Sad Club Records and is a stunning showcase of Rushton’s inventive creative talent.
‘Stacey’ addresses a narcissistic instinct to prize the damage caused to another in a relationship rather than resolving ones own shortcomings. It traces how this eats away at a relationship, ultimately leading to its demise. Rushton’s vocals are delivered in a relaxed manner which in context lends the tune a moody quality, especially at the point where its chorus dissipates, like a dark mist. Even the drums are played softly, prompting the bass and guitar to slouch as they alternate between meandering and cutting through the track. Loose yet tender in its approach, the track has a delicate honesty, like a spider’s web blowing in the wind on a rainy winter’s day.