By Norm de Veyra //
The Brits turned up in SF last Tuesday and left The Regency Ballroom crowd swooning. Holly Lapsley Fletcher displayed exactly why she’s one to watch as a young, up-and-coming singer, showcasing her confident and powerful voice. The smooth coolness of Låpsley’s electropop ballads from her debut LP Long Way Home belie her mischievous and humorous personality, but the audience caught glimpses of it during her headlining set.
Låpsley’s fellow countrymen, Aquilo, were on hand to open the show, and the indietronica duo nicely established the vibes early on with their forlorn ballads. The group gave us a nice peek into what we should expect from its debut album Silhouettes, which is set to be released early next year.
Tell Me the Truth
This Woman’s Work (Kate Bush cover)
Love Is Blind
Operator (He Doesn’t Call Me)
Hurt Me (new outro chords)