UK-born and Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter and producer Luke Sital-Singh has today released new single Can’t Get High, lifted from his Nettwerk Records debut album ‘Dressing Like A Stranger’ available 2 September.
Can’t Get High was co-written by Ben Cramer, a.k.a. Old Sea Brigade, who previously collaborated with Luke on the acclaimed 2020 EP All The Ways You Sing In The Dark. The upbeat track pairs a high register chant with a luminous harmony as Luke assures “Can’t get high ‘till you come down.” Sital-Singh explains the song is about, “Looking for meaning in the rubble of a failed relationship. Going over memories, trying to find the positives when things go wrong.”
The visually sumptuous video for Can’t Get High, directed by Glashier, was shot at Berlin’s iconic Tempelhof Airport. Closed to aircraft since 2008, the runway is now used for recreational purposes by cyclists, runners, families, dog-walkers, dancers, and – as seen in the video – roller skaters.
Luke will also be touring across the UK this autumn, with a date at The Leadmill in Sheffield on September 30th and the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on October 4th.