New Release: Luke Sital-Singh – Lover

Lover is the new single from Luke Sital-Singh. Far from the usual soppy Valentine’s fare, Lover is a frank portrayal of the day-to-day reality of love

“It’s a song about marital fights, relationship woes, and the ebb and flow of that, essentially,” says Luke. “One of the most frequent spats I have with my wife (illustrator Hannah Cousins) is about driving. She drives, I don’t. The new album is sort of about moving to America, and before we decided on the move we went on a road trip down the Californian coast (documented in Cousins new book ‘Coast’). It was a beautiful journey, but there was quite a lot of bickering. So ‘Lover’ is about a difficult drive, and just trying to keep it together, basically”

Listen to Lover here…

Lover is taken from Luke’s third album A Golden State, which is out April 5th. The album was produced by Tommy McLaughlin (Villagers, Soak), who also produced Luke’s last album, 2017’s Time Is A Riddle, and recorded in Portland’s Jackpot Studios, famously set up by Elliott Smith, where alumni include R.E.M., Stephen Malkmus, and The Decemberists

Luke will head out on a headline UK tour in support of the new record, beginning in Southampton on April 6th and concluding at Nottingham Bodega on April 17th, with a London date at Earth on April 8th…

April 6 – Southampton, Heartbreakers
7 – Cardiff, The Moon
8 – London, Earth
9 – Manchester, Deaf Institute
11 – Glasgow, Poetry Club
12 – Aberdeen, Tunnels
13 – Edinburgh, The Caves
14 – Newcastle, Cluny 2
15 – Cambridge, Portland Arms
17 – Nottingham, Bodega