Kelsey Lu’s Sensuality, Eccentricity … and Lays … Shine At YOLA DÍA Check out our thoughts, photos and found video of the performance at YOLA DÍA!
LOS ANGELES, CA –
“…Kelsey Lu’s music has always had a sensual flare. The first time I saw her perform back in 2016, dressed conservatively in a ruffled turtleneck, wearing a coat with tails, her dreamy, R&B infused chamber pop really set me into a dream-like state. With her performance on YOLA DÍA’s main stage, I noticed how she has seemingly grown into her own skin.
Wearing a fierce, sparkling blue blazer shirtless and white-whisp adorned matching shorts, the visual component of her performance matched the sensuality of her music. She performed an extremely soulful set, lush with jazz sonics and the classical elements she grew up with, and as the sun reflected off the sparkles on her outfit, I could feel that sensuality with every bow of her instrument.
Her music has always been an eclectic mash-up of styles. Some may consider it eccentric. That eccentricity was also personified on stage when poured a large bag of Lay’s potato chips all over her body and proceeded to roll around on them while proclaiming, “I love Lay’s so fucking much.” It was a humorous- and shocking- moment that further revealed the “give no f*cks” fearlessness that she’s grown into…”