Dan Croll & Luke Sital-Singh
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On Dan Croll’s most recent album ‘Grand Plan’ and the‘On Top’ EP that followed, the Liverpudlian now based in Los Angeles narrates his time since moving to the US. Released in 2021 on Communion Music, ‘On Top’ begins where the full-length left off, charting his time in a new and unknown land during one of the most turbulent years in recent history.Dan casts a UK lens on living in the US during an incredibly tumultuous year including the rise and fall of Trump, the Black Lives Matters protests and much more.The four-track EP was recorded at Spacebomb in Richmond, Virginia at the end of 2020 with Matthew E. White and the same team as his most recent record, creating a succinct direction that perfectly captures his state of mind during that time.
British singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Luke Sital-Singh has a catalog that includes three album releases -A Golden State, Time Is a Riddle, The Fire Inside-and has earned support from tastemakers at press (Paste, Associated Press, BlackBook, Glide, CLASH, Sunday Times), and radio (BBC Radio 1, 2 and 6). With millions of streams across DSPs, Luke has toured internationally, opening for artists such as Villagers, The Staves, Kodaline, and Martha Wainwright. In April 2018, Luke was invited to give a TED Talk at the official TED conference in Vancouver. Luke performed two tracks and spoke about the cathartic effect of writing and performing ‘sad’ songs, saying, “They speak to a very real part of being human that can often be hidden in fear and shame, and pushed deep down where it lingers and rots. I think listening to these songs, really listening, can allow us to re-feel these hard emotions but in a cathartic and healing way. In a way that reminds us, as we listen, that we’re not alone in the darkness.” The now LA-based creative is preparing to release his Nettwerk debut album in 2022.
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