Tremulous folky singer-songwriter, who has been called a British Bon Iver.
Save for a vote of confidence from his primary-school head teacher, who gave him a lead role in an end-of-term production on the strength of his vocal audition, Luke Sital-Singh wasn’t exactly showered with praise for his singing during his childhood and adolescence. This may strike you as surprising (it strikes me as outrageous), given the crucial part Luke’s voice – sometimes tentative, vulnerable, sometimes visceral and emotionally raw – plays in his music. The rest of us will need no convincing. We were never going to miss the thing that makes him good. No, make that great.