Lucy Rose Announces Tour w/ Paul Weller, Unveils New Music Video

“Second Chance,” a new video from Lucy Rose, can be seen above. The track is taken from her third studio album, Something’s Changing, which was released on July 7th through Communion Records. The video stars British Olympic Gold Medal winner Elinor Barker and is directed by Joe Conner (Coldplay, Elbow, The Maccabees).

Rose says the song “was inspired by a conversation I had with my husband’s great aunt on New Year’s Eve. She was looking at an old photo of herself and said ‘Look how lovely I was. It’s funny that I could only think that now of myself as an old lady. Looking back, but at the time, I would never have thought that’.”

Today, Rose released a statement announcing a North American tour with Paul Weller (The Jam) set to launch this fall. The singer will now be postponing her previously scheduled headlining tour until early 2018. The statement reads: “As you may know, I was due to tour the U.S. and Canada on my own headline tour in October, however, I’m going to postpone this tour until next year as I’ve been offered the incredible chance of supporting someone I truly admire, Paul Weller. This tour will also be in North America and like I said, I’ll be back before you know it doing my own headline tour next year, so it looks like I’ll be spending a lot of time over there. I’m really sorry to disappoint any of you who have bought tickets but would like to thank you so much for supporting me and encouraging me that someone wants to see me play. I hope you can understand and I look forward to seeing you at the show. – Lucy”

Lucy Rose / Paul Weller 2017 North American Tour Dates

October 1-Huntington, NY-The Paramount

October 2-New York, NY- Irving Plaza

October 3-New York, NY-Irving Plaza

October 4-Philadelphia, PA-Theatre of Living Arts

October 6-Boston, MA-House of Blues

October 7-Washington, DC-Lincoln Theatre

October 8-Cleveland, OH-House of Blues

October 10-Toronto, ON-The Danforth Music Hall

October 11-Detroit, MI-St. Andrews Hall

October 12-Chicago, IL-House of Blues

October 13-Minneapolis, MN-Pantages Theatre

October 16-Vancouver, BC-Commodore Ballroom

October 17-Vancouver, BC-Commodore Ballroom

October 18-Seattle, WA-The Neptune

October 20-Sacramento, CA-Ace of Spades

October 21-Berkeley, CA-The UC Theatre

October 22-San Francisco, CA-The Fillmore

October 24-Anaheim, CA-House of Blues

October 25-San Diego, CA­-House of Blues

October 27-Los Angeles, CA-The Wiltern