Seamus Fay
Seamus Fay
3 Sep 2019

Listening to the lofty vocals and soul-stricken instrumentation of “Something To Lose” (which recently received a matching visual treatment), it’s easy to throw Quiet Luke into a box. He’s polished, he’s emotional, and he knows how to tell a story, complete with earworm production to match. However, the reality is that New York’s own delves much further below the surface. Even this early on in his career, Luke has established versatility as a commanding element of his artistry, always making sure to round out his individualistic style with each successive release. Today, pushing his sound that much further out, Quiet Luke is back on Lyrical Lemonade with a brand new offering, “Interference.”

Kicking things off with a thumping supply of drums and the raw energy of a guitar, “Interference” sets itself apart in the song’s opening seconds. With each passing moment, the momentum only seems to grow throughout the release, shifting from thoughtful lyrics into several bursts of colorful sonics. Needless to say, the impeccable production is what leads “Interference” in its charge, and the vocals are what ties the knot together.

That said, “Interference” allures listeners with its boldness, but keeps them in tune by sticking the landing. Stream the song for yourself below!