What happens after the bubble bursts and suddenly you are thrust into cold air? How soon before the little cracks begin to show and open up beneath you?


ElectroBloom is a coming-of-age story. A fusion of piano, electroacoustic, minimalism, spoken word, and pop, this album chronicles the personal and creative journey of Lucy Kong’s twenties.

In school and university life is simple: you have clear direction and purpose, weakly bound by a set of simple personal and academic goals. By the time you reach university, you have gotten used to being guided so seamlessly from stage to stage—by mother, teacher, lecturer—that you fail to realise you have been shielded from the difficulties and disappointments of reality. You are safe in your student bubble, and from within the world appears full of promise.

But what happens after the bubble bursts and suddenly you are thrust into cold air? How soon before the little cracks begin to show and open up beneath you?

Accepting that the only control you have over this world is your attitude can free you from the disappointment of disillusionment that chokes true creativity. Accepting this has led Lucy to a place where she can compose freely without fear of criticism.


  1. Phonic Fusion
  2. Optimism
  3. Disappointment
  4. Despair
  5. Acceptance
  6. Revived
  7. Control is An Illusion
  8. Sonata in Retrospect I. Allegro
  9. Sonata in Retrospect II. Adagio
  10. Sonata in Retrospect III. Presto



ComposerLucy Kong
PoetVanessa Voyez, Lucy Kong
ViolinJulia Lim
CelloCarmen Teixeira
Vocals, Piano ProgrammingLucy Kong
Sound EngineerLucy Kong
Mastering Jay Janus
Executive ProducerCameron Lam
Album Art IllustrationRobyn Yeoman
Album Graphic DesignLuke Moseley
Video EditorBrendan Jones
<strong>LUCY KONG</strong>

Lucy Kong (nee Yeoman b. 1988) is a composer, producer and singer/songwriter based in Sydney. Her interest in composition from a young age grew through her school years and led her to study a Bachelor of Music majoring in Composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2006. After four years of study and three scholarships, she graduated with 1st Class Honours. A chance encounter during her final semester of study saw her connect with Japanese Pop producer HΛL, who had a hand in producing some of Japan’s biggest selling records in the early 2000s. Since 2011 she has worked as a song writer for his company. Her present work schedule includes writing new J-Pop and occasionally K-Pop songs for a variety of established and up and coming artists.

In addition to J-Pop production, Lucy has experience writing music for film, most notably having composed a score during 2016 for a short animated film being directed by Barry Cook (Mulan, Arthur Christmas, Walking With Dinosaurs) in conjunction with the Jesus Film Project in Florida, United States. She has also collaborated with Australian Post Black Metal/Electronic band Germ, composing piano for the albums ‘Loss’ and ‘Grief’ and more recently has branched out into the video game industry, contributing music for Sydney based independent game company Black Gull Studios as well as Creative Intelligence Arts in Japan. Through all this she continues to maintain her keen interest in art music, being a featured composer for Cameron Lam’s Kammerklang Vox and Ablaze concerts (2010, 2014) and releasing her first solo Kammerklang album ‘ElectroBloom’ in 2017.