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Lucy Dacus shares reflective video for new song “Addictions”: Watch

Virginia singer-songwriter continues to preview her No Burden follow-up

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    March 2nd marks the release of Historian, the sophomore album from Virginia-bred indie singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus. Due out via new label home Matador Records, it’s been teased thus far with breakup track “Night Shift” and now a song called “Addictions”.

    Verses filled with lilting vocals eventually give way to thick guitar riffs and a more propulsive charge in this number about dependency in all its forms — whether it’s drugs that bring you down or relationships and people that hold you back. Its self-directed music video, also shared today, taps into these themes as it shows a woman struggling to separate the past and present, fantasy and reality.

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    Check it out below.

    Historian, which was mixed by renowned studio veteran John Congleton (Angel Olsen, Future Islands), will be supported with a North American tour that runs from early March to the first week of May; find all the dates here.

    Historian Tracklist:
    01. Night Shift
    02. Addictions
    03. The Shell
    04. Nonbeliever
    05. Yours & Mine
    06. Body To Flame
    07. Timefighter
    08. Next Of Kin
    09. Pillar Of Truth
    10. Historians

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