The soulful angst of “Take Out Of Me” by @MartinLukeBrown

MARTIN LUKE BROWN, “Take Out Of Me”

There I was, standing in SportChek, and this edgy falsetto is crying out from the speakers.  It’s one of those holy shit! moments when you find out that the song is by someone entirely new.  And that is British singer Martin Luke Brown whose “Take Out Of Me” will turn your head and make you go whoa all the same!  It’s from his debut four song EP recorded for Parlophone, which has been out for a few months now, so there is absolutely no reason why radio shouldn’t be playing this song everywhere. And yeah, whatta voice, conveying soulful angst like the best British soul singers do.  Let’s say Martin is the British counterpart to Mikky Ekko.  Pick it up on iTunes.

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