Todays Artist Discovery is focused on singer songwriter Luckie.
The London based artist showcases a range of vocal prowess and impressive songwriting abilities within his music to create a strong and powerful sound...
His debut release, 'I Found God, She Was Out Of Her Mind', was released in March 2019 and offers a very satisfying serving of what this talented artist is capable of.
The piano driven ballad combines well powerful instrumentation, heartfelt lyrics and a beautifully committed vocal performance to create an engaging and emotionally moving track, stashed full of commercial potential.
The music video for the song features an incredibly talented cast and is well created, shot and edited by an array of skilful professionals - directed by Yag's. Check it out below...
Luckie followed this up with a further single release, 'These Days'.
Once again the singer songwriters smart use of well structured dynamics lift and drop the song just at the right moments - taking the listener on a powerful journey from start to finish.
The video is an interestingly refreshing take on your usual lyric video - shot by by Charlie Chich with post production by Danielle Barnes and lyric animation by Mark Butler.
You often find with a lot of music artists that whilst incredibly talented at writing/performing, they're just not quite sure who they are or what they want to be. This is not the case with Luckie.
Having worked on various musical projects for most of his life, he is clearly well aware of exactly who he is and where he wants to be - creating a uniquely defining and distinguishable identity for himself as an up and coming music artist.
After the release of 'These Days', the multi-instrumentalist graced all major digital streaming platforms with the single 'Sad People, Bad People'. This was accompanied by a live video filmed by Ryan Jafarzadeh at St Pancras Old Church in London.
We absolutely cannot wait to see what the future holds for this talented singer songwriter!
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