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Amazing First Album!

So I have been looking forward to the release of this album and it was worth the wait! This album has met and exceeded my expectations in terms of lyrics and the amazing angst that you hear in the many of the songs such as Unbeautiful(undoubtly my favourite) and I'm Gone, I'm Going. Lesley has brought a fresh new voice to the music scene and the different range in terms of songs such as Thinking Out Loud which focuses on what we would all like to say in times of frustration and challenges in life. This album is a must buy and is worth you earbuds getting a taste. Great job!!!!

This album is really good!

All songs on this album are really good. It's worth it! Buy it!

Beautiful Voice

She's got a uniquely beautiful sound. All songs are really good!


Born: 1987 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

A songwriter, guitarist, and singer with a powerhouse voice that belies her years, Lesley Roy grew up in Balbriggan, County Dublin, Ireland. Her mother was a gigging singer, so Roy was exposed early to the life of a musician. She started playing guitar at the age of seven, finally getting her own guitar at 11 years old, and began writing songs. When she was 15, Roy started recording demos of her material with local producer and musician Rory O'Connor, and eventually signed a deal with Glenn Herlihy's...
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