Till The End

Album: Work It Out (2015)


  • The song's interactive video allows viewers to choose from six different scenes by clicking on electric guitar, bass, drums, piano, lead vocals, and backing vocals. Lucy Rose explained: "This song was the last that I wrote for the album and along with all the songs on the record I played most the instruments so thought it would be fun to make this video. If you want to learn the piano chords or any of the parts then this is the video for you."

    "Most of this was recorded in my home, or local shop and my rehearsal room so each place means something," Rose added. "Click on each picture to explore the video more and enjoy."


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