It's a wonderful, poignant, piano aided piece...
Luke Sital-Singh

Luke Sital-Singh has shared poignant new piano-driven piece 'Afterneath'.

The songwriter is currently gearing up for a trip to Canada, after being invited to give a TED Talk in Vancouver on April 12th.

Musically, he's returned to the studio, deciding to craft a follow up to fan favourite 'Benediction', initially placed on his debut album.

The first new music he has delivered since his acclaimed second album, 'Afterneath' is a poignant work, with Luke's voice accompanied by gentle piano.

He explains: “A while ago I was talking to a friend about my song 'Benediction' from my first album. It was one of his favourites and he set me a challenge I’d never considered before. To write the follow up song, the sequel, the next part of that story. So I did. Benediction was a song about love at the end of things, 'Afterneath' is about love beyond the end of things. About what survives, what comes after.”

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Steve Gullick

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