New single by Luke Sital-Singh out today, album announced

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Luke Sital-Singh has announced that his latest album ‘Dressing Like a Stranger‘ will be released on September 2nd on Nettwerk Records. This, his 4th album comes after ‘A Golden State‘ was released in 2019. Sital-Singh initially worked alone at home in Los Feliz and later enlisted fellow Brit and singer-songwriter Dan Croll as co-producer and Tchad Blake (Fiona Apple, The Black Keys, Elvis Costello) for mixing. The album involves further collaborations with Ben Cramer (Old Sea Brigade), who co-wrote the upbeat ‘Can’t Get High‘, and Christina Perri, who duets with Sital-Singh on the poignant ‘Rather Be‘.
I love collaboration,” reveals Luke. “When I started this album, I missed that part of the process. Dan enjoys the puzzle of music. He’ll have so many different versions of songs, whereas I’m more instinctual. It was nice to have Dan say, ‘We don’t need this!’ Dan saw the music from a bird’s eye view, maintained the momentum, figured out the puzzle, and pushed me to do more takes than I would’ve alone.
Dressing Like a Stranger‘ includes singles’ Me and God’ and ‘Blind Missiles‘ and the new track ‘California‘. While currently no physical format is scheduled, the album will be available on your favourite streaming platform.

01 – Dressing Like A Stranger
02 – Blind Missiles
03 – California
04 – Rather Be (feat. Christina Perri)
05 – Can’t Get High
06 – Me & God
07 – All Night Stand
08 – Summer Somewhere
09 – Forever Endeavour
10 – Wiser Too
11 – The Walk

For information and dates, see the artist’s website.

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