Singer/songwriter Lucy Dacus' rich, buttery voice commands both her thoughtful indie rock tunes and more intimate confessionals. Emerging from Richmond, Virginia's indie scene in the mid-2010s, she broke through the blogosphere and onto major indie outlets with lead single "I Don't Wanna Be Funny Anymore" from her 2016 debut album, No Burden. It showcased the songwriter's playful and also heartrendingly candid way with words. The critical success of the more dramatic follow-up Historian in 2018 was followed the same year by membership in Boygenius, a trio with similarly lauded contemporaries Julien Baker and Phoebe Bridgers. Dacus' more tender and more autobiographical third solo album, Home Video, arrived in 2021.