NYC-based artist, blogger, and performer. A lover of thrifting, collector of Spotify playlists, and enthusiast of cheap wine.
I think the reason so many people are afraid of love is less about getting hurt, and more about losing their autonomy. A broken heart can eventually heal itself, but re-discovering yourself–who you are, what you love, where you’re going–that is more complex than heartbreak, and it takes a certain level of courage to pursue yourself again.
Enter: Lucy Morgan, a Canadian singer-songwriter with a very bittersweet relationship with music. After losing her sister, she grew to seek therapy through her music; and ever since she has found solace and the strength to forge on. Her latest single, Where It All Began, takes you through her mind as she looks back at a toxic relationship. Set to a sincere pop background, Morgan revisits the pain of never feeling good enough for her lover. It was simpler then to close her eyes and imagine the life she eventually has; one where she feels okay to be alone with no desire to go back to the woman she was mere months ago. Driven by an uplifting beat, Where It All Began is a breakup anthem and self-love triumph rolled into one. It seems like the only place Lucy Morgan will lose herself now is in her music.