Lucy Rose has shared a simple, yet effective black and white video for her latest single Treat Me Like A Woman, ahead of the release of her fourth album ‘No Words Left’ on March 22nd.

“I don’t believe this is the best album I’ve ever made because I don’t believe in making comparisons when it comes to music” says Rose, speaking about the follow-up to 2017’s critically acclaimed ‘Something’s Changing’.

“I’ve lost all consciousness in caring and it’s been liberating. It is what it is. It’s a feeling, it’s a song, it’s a sound, it’s a part of me which I can’t decipher whether it’s good or bad, but it’s sincere. I recently learnt that the word sincere is derived from the Latin sine = without, cera = wax due to dishonest sculptors in Rome or Greece covering flaws in their work with wax to deceive the viewer. So, a sculpture “without wax” would mean honesty in its perfection.

“That really struck a chord with me as sincerity really is the key to this record. It’s my truth. Sincerity is the truth of a person, not just the good but the bad: the flaws, the realness, which can never be ‘perfect’. This album reflects the reality of my life, the toughness life throws at you, and for a period of time it did become too much for me to handle alone.

“I always hope my music would be a comfort to someone, however this record may not be the easiest listen. But it’s in its discomfort I believe a different form of comfort can be found. I’m certain of it.“

Treat Me Like A Woman sees Lucy Rose reflecting on her life in music and questioning whether her interactions were shaped for better or worse by her gender. “And you treat me like a fool. Or do you treat me like a woman? Make me feel so small. Is that what I’m good for?”

‘No Words Left’ was recorded in Brighton with Rose once again working with producer Tim Bidwell. Lucy Rose plays the Liberty Hall Theatre on April 14th ticket info below video.

Lucy Rose play Liberty Hall Theatre, Dublin on April14th. Tickets €25.00.