Singer-songwriter Luke Fraser has released his latest single ‘Hardly Think of You at All’ and it wouldn’t be taking it lightly to describe it as a masterpiece.
Luke’s vocals create a melancholic yet charmful blend in his new hit, which captivates throughout with its alluring production and reaches towards a lovely crescendo.
The single itself pulls at the heartstrings and paints a nostalgic picture of a romanticised and bitter-sweet memories of a past relationship.
The London-based artist, who is establishing himself with his debut solo project, draws retro inspiration from the 60s and 70s as well as a multitude of genres associated from those periods of time such as doo-wop and jazz.
Toeing the line between modern and vintage, Hardly Think of You at All sounds a little bit like a combination between something you’d hear from Matt Maltese and Tom Odell, although being entirely original in its own right and we’re here for it.
It’s not the first time that Luke Fraser has entwined together light and dark in his string of releases to date, and hopefully it won’t be the last of this charismatic styling.
As a live performer as well, there’s not many musicians who can fully captivate an audience just like Luke Fraser can with his music, you really do need to keep an eye on this guy.