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“A new talent who already has the sound of greatness to him.” The Sunday Times Culture | “It’s a folk coup d’etat – all hail the new king” The Line Of Best Fit

After a succession of plaudits for his two independently released EPs as well as a string of triumphant festival performances including The Great Escape, Latitude, Cambridge Folk Festival, Secret Garden Party and Wilderness, Luke Sital-Singh is poised to introduce himself to his widest audience yet with his first release for Parlophone, the ‘Tornados’ EP.

Produced by Iain Archer (Jake Bugg), the ‘Tornados’ EP demonstrates Luke ... Read more

“A new talent who already has the sound of greatness to him.” The Sunday Times Culture | “It’s a folk coup d’etat – all hail the new king” The Line Of Best Fit

After a succession of plaudits for his two independently released EPs as well as a string of triumphant festival performances including The Great Escape, Latitude, Cambridge Folk Festival, Secret Garden Party and Wilderness, Luke Sital-Singh is poised to introduce himself to his widest audience yet with his first release for Parlophone, the ‘Tornados’ EP.

Produced by Iain Archer (Jake Bugg), the ‘Tornados’ EP demonstrates Luke Sital-Singh’s captivating talents within a richer full-band production – a compelling combination of immersive, acutely-crafted songwriting combined with a vocal delivery that trembles with emotional resonance. Opening track ‘Nothing Stays the Same’ perfectly encapsulates these traits as it progresses from its stripped-back introduction into rich flourishes of instrumentation as his impassioned voice cracks with vulnerability.

Elsewhere, ‘Nearly Morning’ is far more intimate as choral vocal harmonies swell to the fore; the tender love song ‘Tornado Town’ lives up to his troubadour billing; and ‘How To Lose Your Life’ gradually escalates towards its rousing conclusion.

Born in New Malden, 25-year-old Luke Sital-Singh cites Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Josh Ritter as influences. His first two EPs ‘Fail For You’ and ‘Old Flint’ announced him as a major new talent and were followed by early support from Radio 1, 6 Music and XFM. Luke has toured solidly as support to The Staves, Martha Wainwright, Kodaline and Villagers, and also played a sold-out series of headline shows across London.

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“A new talent who already has the sound of greatness to him.” The Sunday Times Culture | “It’s a folk coup d’etat – all hail the new king” The Line Of Best Fit

After a succession of plaudits for his two independently released EPs as well as a string of triumphant festival performances including The Great Escape, Latitude, Cambridge Folk Festival, Secret Garden Party and Wilderness, Luke Sital-Singh is poised to introduce himself to his widest audience yet with his first release for Parlophone, the ‘Tornados’ EP.

Produced by Iain Archer (Jake Bugg), the ‘Tornados’ EP demonstrates Luke Sital-Singh’s captivating talents within a richer full-band production – a compelling combination of immersive, acutely-crafted songwriting combined with a vocal delivery that trembles with emotional resonance. Opening track ‘Nothing Stays the Same’ perfectly encapsulates these traits as it progresses from its stripped-back introduction into rich flourishes of instrumentation as his impassioned voice cracks with vulnerability.

Elsewhere, ‘Nearly Morning’ is far more intimate as choral vocal harmonies swell to the fore; the tender love song ‘Tornado Town’ lives up to his troubadour billing; and ‘How To Lose Your Life’ gradually escalates towards its rousing conclusion.

Born in New Malden, 25-year-old Luke Sital-Singh cites Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Josh Ritter as influences. His first two EPs ‘Fail For You’ and ‘Old Flint’ announced him as a major new talent and were followed by early support from Radio 1, 6 Music and XFM. Luke has toured solidly as support to The Staves, Martha Wainwright, Kodaline and Villagers, and also played a sold-out series of headline shows across London.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

“A new talent who already has the sound of greatness to him.” The Sunday Times Culture | “It’s a folk coup d’etat – all hail the new king” The Line Of Best Fit

After a succession of plaudits for his two independently released EPs as well as a string of triumphant festival performances including The Great Escape, Latitude, Cambridge Folk Festival, Secret Garden Party and Wilderness, Luke Sital-Singh is poised to introduce himself to his widest audience yet with his first release for Parlophone, the ‘Tornados’ EP.

Produced by Iain Archer (Jake Bugg), the ‘Tornados’ EP demonstrates Luke Sital-Singh’s captivating talents within a richer full-band production – a compelling combination of immersive, acutely-crafted songwriting combined with a vocal delivery that trembles with emotional resonance. Opening track ‘Nothing Stays the Same’ perfectly encapsulates these traits as it progresses from its stripped-back introduction into rich flourishes of instrumentation as his impassioned voice cracks with vulnerability.

Elsewhere, ‘Nearly Morning’ is far more intimate as choral vocal harmonies swell to the fore; the tender love song ‘Tornado Town’ lives up to his troubadour billing; and ‘How To Lose Your Life’ gradually escalates towards its rousing conclusion.

Born in New Malden, 25-year-old Luke Sital-Singh cites Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Josh Ritter as influences. His first two EPs ‘Fail For You’ and ‘Old Flint’ announced him as a major new talent and were followed by early support from Radio 1, 6 Music and XFM. Luke has toured solidly as support to The Staves, Martha Wainwright, Kodaline and Villagers, and also played a sold-out series of headline shows across London.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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