Luke Sital-Singh

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Luke Sital-Singh
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Luke Sital-Singh performing at Haldern Pop Festival 2014
Background information
Origin London, England, United Kingdom
Genres Folk
Years active 2012–present
Labels Parlophone
Raygun Records
Associated acts Martha Wainwright
The Staves
Fossil Collective

Luke Sital-Singh is a British singer-songwriter.


Sital-Singh's first EP, entitled Fail For You, was released in 2012.[1]

In 18 July 2012 Sital-Singh was the featured artist on The Guardian's 'New band of the day', with journalist Paul Lester saying that the singer-songwriter was "breathing life into a tired form".[2]

'Bottled Up Tight', Sital-Singh's second single, gained a place on BBC Radio 1's In New Music We Trust playlist in March 2013,[3] as well as a spot on Radio 6's Rebel playlist.[4]

Sital-Singh's 3rd EP 'Tornados' was released in November 2013. Lead single 'Nothing Stays The Same' made the BBC Radio 1 Music B-list on October 21, 2013 and was also added to BBC 6 Music. It became Luke Sital-Singh's first single that charted within the Top 100 of the UK Singles Chart. [5]

On 2 December 2013, Sital-Singh was named on the longlist for BBC's Sound of 2014 poll.[6]

On 30 July 2014, Sital-Singh's song Dark was featured on an episode of Suits (S04E07).His song 'Fail For You' was featured on an episode of Grey's Anatomy (S09E09).

On the 18th of August 2014, Luke's first album 'The Fire Inside' was featured as BBC Radio 6's album of the day.[7] The album was received with mixed reviews.




  • "Greatest Lovers" (15 April 2014)
  • "Bottled Up Tight" (22 June 2014)
  • "Nothing Stays the Same" (9 July 2014)
  • "Benediction" (23 January 2015)


  • Fail For You (8 August 2012).
  • Old Flint (14 April 2013).
  • Tornados (3 November 2013).


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