Posts Tagged ‘Luke Sital Singh’


BARN ON THE FARM’s first year started in 2010 and since then this uniquely atmospheric small festival held in two barns on a Gloucester farm has had incredible success and with such impressive line-ups with Ben Howard, Ed Sheeran Bastille and Gabrielle Aplin. With the best of rising stars in Indie Folk, Acoustic and contemporary singer songwriters and the added indie or Synth rock bands on the line up it looks a superb weekend,the feeling you get the musicians enjoy the event as much as the festival goers.

this years Fat Angel must see acts include, AMBER RUN here is the wonderful track “Spark”

Irish singer songwriter Hozier who is about to become one of the acts of the year

Just a quick one to tell you all that my new single Killing Me is now available EVERYWHERE*

Ethereal, passionate and moody. Luke Sital Singh’s is a voice of pure beauty. the 26-year-old Londoner is conquering hearts and minds with rousing and intense tunes fraught with heartache and candour, which carry the listener on an emotional roller coaster. It’s fragile, downtempo, and some might even say, gloomy.


It’s called Killing Me. It’s sad. There’s also a B-side called Darling. Less sad.
Please go listen, save, share, repeat.


Luke Sital-Singh is a singer-songwriter from New Malden, the south-west London birthplace of John Martyn and Jamie Woon, two other musicians from different generations known for taking folk traditions in unexpected directions. It stands to reason that it should be harder for a solo troubadour to make an impact because they only have their voice and a guitar to do so, but as soon as we heard this 24-year-old artist’s song Fail for You we were knocked out, and it felt as though he was breathing life into a tired form. He made it the lead track on his debut EP, It’s a beauty, and especially impressive in that it approximates the choral sound of Fleet Foxes’ white winter hymnals, only those tremulous voices are presumably all just him, multi-tracked. It’s like hearing a bunch of Neil Young circa After the Goldrush, harmonising together.

Live Folk with <b>Luke Sital-Singh</b> | Cornerhouse

He’s a fan of all the people you’d expect, from Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen to Damien Rice and Josh Ritter, but if anything that quavery vibrato and the way he frames it makes us think more than anyone else of Justin Vernon of Bon Iver. You can imagine Sital-Singh taking that sweet and sorrowful falsetto, out of the acoustic folk comfort zone and into other areas: R&B, rap, electronica, wherever. Sometimes, with his husky voice, he can come across as a Generic Sensitive Man. But somehow he manages to pull you back in just as you’re in danger of losing interest.



This seems to return to his roots. The songs are of a very high quality and his vocals are spot on as usual. ‘Still’ and the title track are very catchy. With brilliant song-writing , Such a great talent, surely it can`t be long before Luke makes it into everyones music collection.

The release is to arrive via RayGun after Luke Sital-Singh’s departure from previous label Parlophone Records. He’s shared a “bio” which you can read at the bottom of the page, detailing his experiences over the past few years.

The Breakneck Speed Of Tomorrow is out now digitally, and it follows last year’s debut LP The Fire Inside. There will also be a limited edition 10″ vinyl (with hand-printed sleeve) which came out on 25th September.

Singer Songwriter Luke Sital Singh, chats to DJ Zoe ball and performs the cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Wrestler” originally by Bruce Springsteen from the Darren Aronofsky film of the same name, live in an intimate setting as well as an interview with me, Zoe Ball, delving into his past and finding out where his musical prowess came from, Luke Sital-Singh perform asecond song “Cornerstone” live in an intimate setting as well as an interview with me, find out exactly why he studies stand up comedy?

and the song “Dark”

I just so love this Singer Songwriter from London, he has such an amazing vocal and this new track from the up and coming UK Luke Sital-Singh; ‘Tornado Town’ is a tender and lovelorn choice cut from his forthcoming Tornadoes EP, which is out 3rd November on Parlophone. This session finds the young musician up on a London rooftop, solely strumming on his acoustic guitar, offering an intense and personal take on the track.


London Singer Songwriter Luke Sital Singh, these demos can be found on his debut album





London based Singer Songwriter LUKE SITAL-SINGH finally releases his debut album this week after some superb quality Ep’s over the past year and beautifully written acoustic folk with a fluidity of words and music, plus performances around various festivals this summer, Luke rose to fame in 2012 after being nominated as one of the BBC introducing rising stars. Now with a major recording deal with Parlophone Records his debut album is released this week




with a debut album to be released next week here are the two previous Ep’s from the superbly talented Luke Sital-Singh the album is titled  “The Fire Inside”  you can catcj Luke playing the Bodega in Nottingham.


Singer Songwriter LUKE SITAL-SINGH  will release his debut album later this month and with a selection of wonderfully written songs and his solo performmances recently at major festivals I am sure this will be an album that will make his talent universal. the Fire Inside will be available on all formats , this track the “Wrestler” is only available on Spotify with a collection of other songs from Movies including a excellent version of Jackson Browne’s song “These Days”.