The singer/songwriter tweeted a picture of an empty recording studio alongside the caption 'Oh hey!'
It seems that Lucy is ready to get going with album number two after the success of her shortened X Factor stint.
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Lucy Spraggan is no stranger to the recording studio after she self released her debut album last year.
The album, 'Top Room at the Zoo,' was released back in October of last year initially garnering limited success.
Following her X Factor audition of self penned song 'Last Night', dubbed 'Beer Fear', Lucy's album shot up the chart.
At one point single 'Last Night' was sat at number two on the itunes chart while the album was also sitting pretty at number two on the albums chart.
However, in fairness to the other contestants on the show, Lucy agreed to take down the album from itunes.
After only a few days of sales, Lucy still managed to chart the following Sunday, landing at number 22 on the official albums chart and 'Last Night' narrowly missing out on the UK singles top ten, settling for number 11.
With the high amount of sustained interest in the X Factor hopeful we don't doubt that her sophomore album will smash her last album's chart position.