Wanting to trace the songlines of nomadic culture, Lucy once spent an entire summer living in a pup tent along the rivers of Upstate New York.
Once heralded as "The Nancy Sinatra of Punk" while performing in L.L. & The Elefant Brass by N.Y. Zine "Yunk Police". (The Elefant Brass was later reprised for The Throes’: “The Throes”.
Lucy learned the clarinet at the age of 10 by her aunt Clara Bouchard, who was a founding member of the Maniyunk Wind Ensemble.
LaCœur began performing at a young age on the train that her father portered alongside her nine brothers Lucien, Pierre, Theo, Clement, Enzo, Benoit, Christophe, Gilbert, and Serge LaCoeur.
Lucy is renowned, sub rosa, amongst many socialite communities for her uncanny impersonation skills. (We apologize to her now for leaking this titillating information).