Olympic Live Session: Luke Sital-Singh



Luke Sital-Singh

Director: Chris Kimsey

Running Time: 105 minutes

Certificate: non - live performance; no certificate

Country: UK

Format: 2D

Sital-Singh is a student of words. “I was brought up in a fairly religious family, and there were quite a lot of philosophical, theological discussions around.
‘Time Is A Riddle’, that second album Sital-Singh was determined to make solely on his terms. No interference, no scheduling issues, nor elaborate musicianship, nothing big or brittle. Just care, and effort, and time well spent – values he shares with the Slow Movement to which he subscribes, and with the crafts people up and down the country with whom the musician has some special projects planned.
What it all has in common is care, effort and dedication. It’s Luke Sital-Singh’s way. It’s what makes his music breathe and his songs pulse. “I like things that are well made – things that love has been put into. And not throwaway shite. It’s why I like the Slow Movement. It’s why I like vinyl.”

The Guardian described him as "breathing life into a tired form."

He’s played with Martha Wainwright, Kodaline and Villagers, performed at Austin’s SXSW festival, Latitude, The Great Escape and a successful headline tour across the UK.


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