GENERIC?: Luke Sital-Singh is well within the confines of the indie-rock genre

Luke Sital-Singh has been trundling around the indie circuits for a while now, supporting acts like The Rolling Stones and Arctic Monkeys.

His latest single ‘Greatest Lovers’, released earlier this week (April 14), is a staple of the current indie-rock/pop norm: not bad, but not exciting, different nor particularly good either. The artwork that it comes with the track is a washed-out grey portrait of Sital-Singh; an appropriate reflection on the song it promotes.

Sounding much like the popular Ben Howard, Luke Singhs hopefully about the future of a new relationship, a trait that is naturally reflected in the upbeat nature of the song. To his credit, Sital-Singh portrays the start of the relationship as more than just physical attraction, unlike many of his pop contemporaries, and more of an understanding between two people.


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