10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his third album, Bristol singer-songwriter Luke Sital-Singh confronts the uncertainty and excitement of new beginnings with candid snapshots depicting his recent move to California with his wife. Sital-Singh’s whispered vocals set a peaceful tone over radiant soft rock on “Los Angeles” and “The Last Day,” both of which express the anticipation of starting anew. The gentle country rock of “Silhouette” shows the other side of the story, when tensions boil and you have no one else to confide in as you adjust to a foreign environment. That feeling of settling down flows throughout the immaculately produced album—even if it also suggests a desire to escape.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his third album, Bristol singer-songwriter Luke Sital-Singh confronts the uncertainty and excitement of new beginnings with candid snapshots depicting his recent move to California with his wife. Sital-Singh’s whispered vocals set a peaceful tone over radiant soft rock on “Los Angeles” and “The Last Day,” both of which express the anticipation of starting anew. The gentle country rock of “Silhouette” shows the other side of the story, when tensions boil and you have no one else to confide in as you adjust to a foreign environment. That feeling of settling down flows throughout the immaculately produced album—even if it also suggests a desire to escape.

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Ratings and Reviews

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Listens Deeper ,

Regular

You just have to listen to the whole album and then again, and you will find meaning.

KatmaiKate ,

Wow!

I've never heard of Luke Still-Singh, but just listened to the entire album and I am impressed. So refreshing to hear excellent new songs, new music. . . what a great talent. Do yourself a favor and listen to all these songs. . . and just get the entire album. Not a bad song on this album.

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