My Debut video for my new single “I’ve Been Waiting”. Shot and edited by Jonathan Palmer at http://future-creative.com
Hey Guys, the new single got it’s first review last month and I forgot to share it with you! Check it out below!
This Friday, July 21st will be the release of my latest single “I’ve Been Waiting”.
I wrote this song some years ago, and I’m finally glad I’m able to release it!
It’s about how we, as humans, often reflect on times, people, or experiences we once had in our lives; yet now miss, or wish to just remember as we move forward as people.
It’s from the heart, honest and strives to strike a chord into reflecting on our emotions and feelings to become better as our own image of what we should be.
I hope you enjoy it, and please share with your friends. Available on most major download and streaming sites 21.07.17
New for 2017
Okay guys, so I’ve been working on this track for the last couple of days now. If you know me, you may have heard it before.
It’s one of the first songs I ever wrote as a teenager, and I’ve recorded it an obscene amount of times. Mainly because I’ve never been completely happy with it, and partly because every time I come back to it, I imagine it in a different way.
You should be hearing it properly along with a bunch of other tracks before the end of the year,
all the best for 2017!
As of March 2016, you can now get Luke’s debut EP “Bipolar Love” from all major download and streaming sites, including: Itunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Play, and many more.
The EP is completely self-produced by Luke, himself. It features 3 songs (plus a bonus demo version of the title track), which delve into some universally recognised stages within a relationship, or in fact, three separate relationships.
A word from Luke about the EP:
“It’s hard when you are on you’re on your own and unsigned, to do everything yourself, but it’s no excuse. One of my main goals has always been to have at least one album on my shelf to look back on in my latter years, and say, ‘I made that from scratch.’ From the songwriting, to the arranging, to the endless hours I spent at my computer recording, mixing, and producing, this has at least made one of those goals a reality. Each song is relatable to someone, and that’s what I try to write for: to the happy ‘As Long As I Got you’, to the sombre, mixed-feelings of ‘Bipolar Love’, to the, okay-we broke up, but I’m gonna be fine ‘Man Of Steel’. There’s hopefully something for everyone.”