Luke Sital-Singh at Sacred Trinity Church

By Martin Guttridge Hewitt | 23 November 2015

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The young acclaimed singer-songwriter will display his famed vocal prowess on consecrated ground on Monday 23rd November. 


Currently riding high off the back of his latest, critically lauded EP, The Breakneck Speed of Tomorrow, Luke Sital-Singh is one of the most talented soloists Britain has given birth to in some time. Or at least that’s what some of the country’s leading tastemakers say.

Rising to stardom off the back of his 2014 debut album, The Fire Inside, which followed on from him ranking on the BBC’s Sound of 2014 long list, Luke has made a name for himself by cramming as much emotion, tenderness and power into his performances. At times compared to the likes of Bon Iver, and widely regarded as one of folk’s most innovative names, he arrives at Sacred Trinity Church in Salford on Monday 23rd November, as part of a mini-tour comprising just five dates. Definitely one that shouldn’t be missed. Here’s proof if you don’t believe us…