Lady Geraldine signals new direction with tracks ‘A Trick of the Light’ and ‘Dark Skies’

Scottish songstress Lady Geraldine has returned with a pair of new songs, following her 2017 full-length. ‘Dark Skies’ stays true to form with a classic rock sound that puts guitar work at the fore, while ‘A Trick of the Light’ leans towards a late 90’s/ early noughties pop rock sound reminiscent of t.A.T.u’s ‘All The Things You Said’ or Alanis Morisette’s ‘Jagged Little Pill’ era. Have a listen to the tracks below:


Often, the most captivating storytellers have survived the greatest tragedies. This couldn’t ring more true of  Lady Geraldine, an artist who has triumphed over a lifetime of heartbreak in order to deliver most recent masterpiece ‘Little Miss Blue’. The Scottish singer spent her former years profoundly deaf until an operation in her early twenties partially recovered her hearing. Gaining just a part of this sense ignited her love of music in a way no-one who has always been able to hear could possibly imagine.

But for every triumph, a tragedy followed. Geraldine suffered through an abusive and violent marriage before the clouds parted once again and she found solace in two successful businesses, which then led her to a legendary producer and songwriter. The pair got chatting and it became clear that there was a natural affinity and his background with the likes of Wet, Wet, Wet through to Big Country, touched an emotional chord with her. Together, they went on to pen the songs that would make up ‘Little Miss Blue’, an embodiment of Geraldine’s stoicism and an ode to female empowerment.