Manchester based singer showcases huge electro-pop sound that suggests stardom is not far away Lucky Me marks something of a rebirth for Phoebe Green. Back in 2016, the then teenage singer from Lytham in Lancashire released 02:00AM, a collection of indie-pop numbers detailing, in sometimes disarming detail, the horrors of adolescent life. Six years later, and it’s a very different Phoebe Green who’s releasing her ‘official’ debut album.
Becoming known for her uniquely sincere style, Phoebe Green embraces change and the darkest parts of herself in the midst of a slew of industrial synth in new album 'Lucky Me'. Her sophomore album, she makes it her mission to hold nothing back, interrogating herself, playing prisoner, good cop and bad cop all at once throughout the thirteen track strong release. 'Lucky Me' (a phrase Green even has tattooed across her hand in bold) stages herself as the anti-hero of her own story, dealing with the nuances of social anxiety, attachment and trust issues, among other hot takes all huddled under the existentialist umbrella so reasonably present within Phoebe's generation.