Lucy Francesca Dron is a Brisbane based singer/songwriter and guitarist who has developed as an eclectic artist with a distinctive style.
Born on October 20, 1999, Lucy Francesca Dron grew up in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia in a family of musicians. She started studying classical cello when she was around 7 years old and has also achieved high level examinations in contemporary Voice. At 14, Lucy began recording lo-fi covers of her favourite indie and alternative artists in her grandparents garage, posting them to YouTube and attracting a wide following, especially for her rendition of Human Sadness by her all time greatest influence - Julian Casablancas and the Voidz.
After moving to the Music Industry College for her final 2 years of schooling, Lucy branched out into songwriting, and in this context Lucy released her first EP -Eloqium, recorded and produced by her music teacher Charles Duggan.
Since graduating from MIC, Lucy has become a regular solo performer appearing almost every week in and around Brisbane at some of the city's most popular music venues including The Foundry, The Milk Factory, Ric's Bar, and Blackbear Lodge to name a few.
As an emerging artist, Lucy primarily performed her original songs as a soloist but always envisioned her music with a band. Since 2018, Lucy forged a collaboration and highly successful musical connection with fellow MIC graduate Tex Keane on drums and her brother Tom Dron on bass. They premiered as a band supporting Hope D at The Foundry in 2019 and since then have embarked on recording projects and more live performances.
Lucy's mesmerising vocals express her raw, honest and 'from the heart' lyrics. Supported by a richly harmonic musical language, packed with emotional punch, Lucy and the band's eclectic style is a fusion of post punk and indie rock infused with echoes of jazz.