Video of the Moment #2348: Luke Sital-Singh

By on Tuesday, 25th April 2017 at 6:00 pm
 

Singer/songwriter Luke Sital-Singh is gearing up to release his second album next month. ‘Time is a Riddle’ will drop on the 12th of May on Raygun Music / Red Essential. It follows his well-received debut album ‘The Fire Inside’, which was released back in 2014. I had already taken from his first teaser from the album, single ‘Killing Me’, as a sign that despite his still relatively young age, he’s becoming wistful for the past. You can read Carrie’s review of the single through here, and its accompanying promo video in this past Video of the Moment feature here on TGTF.

His latest offering from ‘Time is a Riddle’ offers another glimpse back in time, but maybe not exactly how you might have imagined it. In the promo for ‘Killing Me’, Sital-Singh utilised digitised film from his wife’s late grandfather shot in the 1970s as the backdrop for his single. In his new promo for ‘Hunger’, he used far more familiar environs – the kitchen of his own flat in Bristol – and is seen filmed via Super 8 camera by Babysweet. The result is a simplistic piece of film that puts the attention squarely all on the musician, with minimal distractions. Watch the video for the sweepingly beautiful ‘Hunger’ below. To read more of TGTF’s past coverage on Luke Sital-Singh, follow this link.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEEvzLCN_sw[/youtube]

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