Watch Lana Del Rey Sing With Lucy Dacus And Best Coast In Chicago

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Lana Del ReyLucy Dacus opened up for Lana Del Rey at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago last night. And during Lana’s set, she brought Dacus back to the stage to for a duet of her song “Night Shift” — one of the best songs of the decade. Earlier in the night, Lana invited Best Coast’s … More »

Lucy Dacus – “Fool’s Gold”

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Lucy Dacus - "Fool's Gold"All year long, Lucy Dacus has been releasing new songs tied to various holidays. Together, the tracks comprise an EP called 2019. So far, she’s shared two originals: “My Mother And I” for Mothers’ Day and “Forever Half Mast” for Independence Day. Dacus has also shared a handful of covers, … More »

The 200 Best Songs Of The 2010s

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When this decade began, MP3s still reigned supreme. Now, at the end of it, a song is no longer even a file — it’s ephemera, on every streaming service and available to hear in myriad ways. For better and worse, the song (and the single) have become the norm for the general public’s music consumption. More »

Lucy Dacus – “Last Christmas” (Wham! Cover)

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Lucy Dacus - "Last Christmas" (Wham! Cover)All year long, Lucy Dacus has been trickling out new songs timed to various holidays, to be combined into an EP called 2019. There have been a couple great originals in the bunch: “My Mother And I” for Mothers’ Day, “Forever Half Mast” for Independence Day. There have also been a … More »

Lucy Dacus – “In The Air Tonight” (Phil Collins Cover)

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Lucy-Dacus-In-The-Air-TonightThe Richmond, Virginia singer and songwriter Lucy Dacus had one hell of a year in 2018. She released her sophomore album Historian, one of the straight-up best albums of the year, and introduced her to a whole new audience. She also joined forces with Julien Baker and Phoebe Bridgers to form the trio … More »

Lucy Dacus – “Dancing In The Dark” (Bruce Springsteen Cover)

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Bruce Springsteen’s 70th birthday is coming up later this month. Happy birthday, daddy! To celebrate the occasion, Lucy Dacus has released a cover of his classic “Dancing In The Dark,” her latest in a line of seasonal singles that she’s been putting out throughout the year. Those have, so far, included “La VieMore »

Watch Lucy Dacus & Tomberlin Cover Sufjan Stevens’ “Casimir Pulaski Day”

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Tomberlin & Lucy DacusThe Stereogum staff is in Raleigh this week for Hopscotch Music Festival, and we saw a lot of awesome music Thursday as festivities got underway. First was our own day party, about which we’ll have more to say later today. Then came the night’s big featured showcase with Snail Mail, Kurt Vile, and … More »

Lucy Dacus – “Forever Half Mast”

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Lucy Dacus - "Forever Half Mast"This year, Lucy Dacus has been slowly releasing a series of songs collectively titled 2019, to be combined into a physical EP this fall. They’re all loosely holiday-centric; thus far she’s done “La Vie En Rose” for Valentine’s Day and “My Mother & I” for both Mother’s Day and … More »

Lucy Dacus – “My Mother And I”

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Lucy Dacus has holidays on her musical mind this year. The singer-songwriter and boygenius member is in the process of releasing a series of songs, collectively entitled 2019, to commemorate particular holidays this year. Back on Valentine’s Day, Dacus gifted us her cover of the Édith Piaf classic, “La Vie EnMore »

Lucy Dacus – “La Vie En Rose” (Édith Piaf Cover)

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Lucy Dacus undeniably had a breakout year in 2018. Her sophomore full-length Historian appeared on our list of the year’s best albums, and her supergroup Boygenius — which also includes Julien Baker and Phoebe Bridgers — released a self-titled EP that ended up on our list of the year’s best EPs. More »