Luke Cieca has released his debut single ‘A Place We Were Good’ which sets the tone for what kind of sound and material we can expect from Luke.
Luke was born into a theatrical family and music has always been a major part of his life from a very young age. His dad Edward Mercieca introduced him to his 70’s rock music collection which included a mixture from Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Eric Clapton to name a few.
His love for music led him to play drums, be in a band and eventually heading to Edinburgh to get a degree in performance all whilst testing the waters with different genres by playing in bars around the city.
Luke says, “The moment I learnt my first four chords on a guitar I wanted to write a song. I thought, what’s the use of playing an instrument if you don’t make your own music? So I started writing, and as I kept on learning, I kept on writing. I never really stopped. I didn’t want to just play songs that people knew, but songs that I wrote and actually meant something to me. After working on my writing for years and years and never showing them to anyone, I decided to take a leap of faith and do something with my music. It’s like having a diary with loads of pages of stories and feelings that have been gathering for the past 10 years. Daunting, but never the less something I had dreamt of when I was a little kid listening to that Led Zepplin track, that I one day, would release my own music and that hopefully people can vibe to and relate to too.”
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