Hotly-tipped songsmith Luke Sital-Singh has been described by The Guardian as a ‘British Bon Iver’. Luke takes the template of Fleet Foxes, Neil Young and Dylan, but makes his own inimitable fresh folk sound.
Having just announced details of his new album Time Is A Riddle, to be released May 12th on Raygun Records / Red Essential, the Bristol-based singer-songwriter embarks on a UK headline tour this May.
The follow-up to his 2014 debut The Fire Inside, Time Is A Riddle was recorded in Attica Audio studio in Donegal with producer Tommy McLaughlin (Villagers). McLaughlin recruited a small group of local musicians, with Luke and the band slotting together effortlessly to record the album in ten days.