New Release Premiere: Luke Daniels – Don’t You Worry Bout A Thing

Today, Luke Daniels releases his sensational take on the Stevie Wonder classic Don’t You Worry Bout A Thing, and we’re delighted to bring you the exclusive premiere

Take a listen below…

The track is taken from his intriguing and majestic new record Singing Ways To Feel More Junior, which is also released today!

Beautifully crafted for “grown ups everywhere” each track carves out its own unique space through the clever use of children’s rhymes and female allegory. Issues of gender equality, addiction, upgraded humans, child consumerism and President Trump’s childhood are all explored via masterful acoustic folk encompassing humble woodnotes to syrupy synthesized twists. A salutatory reminder that folk songs can be inspirational, comforting even and needn’t be the preserve of the exponents of authenticity. Like his previous two albums, this is the sound of someone using diverse themes as a vehicle for self-realisation, and discovering that the traditional, experimental and personal can combine in such a way so as to harmonise everyday life for all ages

Daniels is an award-winning folk musician who produces music via his own Gael Music label and is a former member of both the Cara Dillon Band and Riverdance Orchestra. He also set up a series of folk academies providing free folk music and instrumental tuition to hundreds of children in Cumbria, Glasgow, Argyll & Bute and Aberdeen

Check all out of his upcoming tour dates below, including shows as part of the Cara Dillon Band Christmas tour…

29 November – The Apex, Bury Saint Edmunds
30 – Union Chapel, London
1 December – The Stables, Milton Keynes
2 – St. Mary’s Church – Lowdham
3 – The Gulbenkain, Canterbury
6 – All Saints Church, Bristol
7 – Artrix, Bromsgrove
8 – The Sage, Gagteshead
9 – The Stoller Hall, Manchester
10 – Ballroom, Sheffield
11 – Greystones, Sheffield
14 – Market Place Theatre, Armagh
15 – Dun Loaghaire Pavilion Theatre
16 – Millennium Forum, Derry/Londonderry
17 – Ulster Hall, Belfast
19 – Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham
20 – The Haymarket, Basingstoke
21 – Cheese & Grain, Froome
31 January – Celtic Connections, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall