Many of us would keep those letters private, but Luke wants the world to know what’s in them. He has that rare talent: a knack for creating songs so intimate and honest that they could only have come from the truest of places, but with lyrics so inclusive that it feels the world can instantly connect with them.
And it looks like the world might be about to do exactly that. Based in Weston-super-Mare with footprints in London, Sweden, Orlando and LA, Luke’s a self-taught musician whose instinctive ear for melody sent 2017’s single Something More soaring past 16m Spotify plays, while its successor It’s Easy has already set the stage for an exciting 2018, with Potter now working alongside musical mentor Jörgen Elofsson (Britney, Paloma Faith, Robyn).
While success has come relatively recently, Luke’s career is built on solid foundations that involve years of determination and hard work. He started writing songs in his teens, before he could even play an instrument, but it was when he eventually taught himself guitar at 17 that he unlocked the full extent of his creativity.