Lucy, Racquel and me, 3 talents, 3 continents, one project. The 3 of us have never met, but you can meet us through our music.

February 2021 "... What happens when you take the descriptive lyrics of Lucy Prasad (Canberra, Australia), mix in the brilliant compositions of Philippe Perelman (Paris, France) and bake it with the expressive vocals Raquel Roberts (Los Angeles, California)? ..."

October 2020 "... they have developed a unique quality of sound that oozes class, this is luscious, rich, carefully crafted but unpretentious music that glides out of your headphones, wrapping you in its simplistic elegance..."

September 2020

Check out TR1_Radio 's 'Backstage Show #10' presented by Steve Smith of Stage Parades Our song is played around 18 minutes in

August 2020

An interview by "There aren’t many artistic collaborations like Lucy, Racquel and Me. Their songs are one of the best storytellers and emotional companions I’ve had the chance listen to lately, merging the romanticism of the ’80s with sanzon and with modern rhythms often including unusual chords and gloomy lyrics – just to find joy in another one ... " Click here to read more

June 2020

  • Songwhip Interview
    The french member of the virtual band Lucy, Racquel and me shares tip on being indie.

May 2020

The tenth episode of "Why doesn't everyone know these songs?" where singer-songwriter Luna Keller talks about great indie music. Featuring an interview with artist of the month Ricky Reilly and great music by Mae Krell, Lucy Raquel and Me, Allison Leah, Bookie Baker, The Satellite Station, Safe By Sound, Hannah Brown, Rosa Tu, Blue Return and The Jayplayers.

Why doesn't everyone know these songs? · Why Doesn't Everyone Know These Songs? - the all indie podcast, episode 10

December 2019

The Christmas edition of Luna Keller's all indie podcast "Why doesn't everyone know these Christmas songs?". Have a very indie (and merry) Christmas ! Featuring: Sam Gibson, The Gathering Tide, Kieran Goss, Lisa Danaë, Tracy Colletto, Lucy, Racquel and me, Phil Cooper, Tiny Kingdoms, Danielle Hollobaugh, The Nobility, Robb Murphy, Waking Ugly, Mikalyn Hay, William Hut and Barry McLoughlin.

November 2019

  • Musik Magazine
    Nine great songs,a mix of pop and folk, rousing and empathetic, going in the ear and staying in the memory. Blues components and danceable tracks make the music of this trio so varied and never boring.

October 2019

The second episode of "Why doesn't everyone know these songs?" where Luna Keller talks about great indie music. Featuring Freya Ward as artist of the month alongside these other great artists: Mike Stocksdale, Miles Grindey, J Edna Mae Music, Anna Volpe, Daniel Martin, Allan Thomas, Luke Andrews, OLD KID, Luna Waves, Kieran Goss, Yaron Kaver and Lucy, Racquel and me.

September 2019

  • Foolish Dreams music blog
    The single “In Times Long Gone” reminds us of the 70’s, yet with a contemporary pop/folk twist ...»

July 2019

  • A review of Melancholy Fraise on Twitter by the one and only Martina Dörner Click to read it
  • A review of Snap by @ReviewRhino on Twitter Clic to read it

June 2019

May 2019

  • Klef Notes
    Melancholy Fraise is an eclectic cocktail of genres spanning from Jazz, Rock, and Folk. Splendidly, these genres are shaken, not bruised, by Modern Pop elements ...»

March 2019

  • Musique libre
    Du folk ? Du folk-rock ? Allez écouter cette découverte joliment produite ...»

February 2019

  • Taking off podcast
    «Lucy, Raquel and Me are perhaps one of the more unique acts we have had the pleasure to feature on the Taking Off Podcast, a truly global effort ...»
  • La Parisienne Life
    «Sur Melancholy Fraise, il y en a pour les goûts car le trio offre un véritable crossover entre Jazz, Folk et Pop...»

January 2019

  • Stereo Stickman
    «Lucy, Racquel and Me have that something special about their songwriting, and always the professional finish lets it hit with memorable impact. Melancholy Fraise is a genuinely impressive album ... »

December 2018

  • Klef Notes
    «Their latest EP, “Where the Moon Never Sets” contains six inimitable Adult Contemporary blended Folk Pop-infused tracks that touches on matters of the heart, soul, and mind ... »

November 2018

September 2018

  • Bla-Bla-Blog
    «Les guitares résonnent et s’appuient sur des chœurs légers comme des brises californiennes ... »
  • Johnny Fonts
    « Lucy’s lyrics are poetry while Philippe’s arrangements set a musical stage that isn’t lost in the tech-drumming pacing that too many pop hits of today are lost in ... »

August 2018

  • Stereo Stickman
    «Millions Out There is an incredibly interesting song that features one of the best lyrics I’ve come across all year ... »

March 2018

  • Music Talks]()
    *Interview in english*
  • Industry Me
    «Introducing Lucy Racquel & Me. A band with a fun fresh sound and an even more interesting backstory ... »
  • LAMusic Critic
    «Combining the best of Canberra, Australia, Los Angeles, California and Paris, France, Lucy, Racquel and me brings us an enchanting soft rock sound with traces of pop and jazz ... »

November 2017

  • Frederic Bezies
    «Le groupe sait aussi proposer des balades comme Children in bare feet, Shattered, Love now ou encore What we did do wrong ?. En poussant dans le blues avec des titres comme One Day .... »

June 2017

  • Subjective Sounds
    « One Day has a killer guitar introduction that is simply out of this world. One Day merges jazz and blues elements into the soundstage and it was this song that compelled me to write this review .... »

November 2016

October 2016

  • La Parisienne Life
    «Alors là, on touche du doigt la perfection ; quelle belle surprise que ce premier album éponyme du trio Lucy, Racquel and Me ... »

July 2016

  • The Indenpendent Spotlight
    a song that ties itself to the instrument for a bluesy romp through passionate love themes that feel surprisingly original. (When you receive dozens of ballads a day like I do, love songs quickly become burdened by the same tropes. I think the exceptional performances on ‘One Day’ keep it from falling victim to that.) ... »*
  • Stereo Stickman
    Silence For Beginners brings things to a close, and by this point, the whole album feels a little like it’s been a greatest hits collection .... »