TUNE Luke Porter - You Don't See In Me What I See In You
Performing shows in staple Newcastle venues such as O2 Academy, The Cluny and Think Tank has seen Luke grow into a major name across the local music scene in the North East. His biggest live achievement to date, has been noted as, three support shows with staple indie band Twisted Wheel. Whilst gathering momentum in the live scene, Luke was picked up by nationally acclaimed
promoter Scruff of The Neck and has worked with them several times since.
Back in 2019 Luke released his self-titled debut EP, he describes the making of these tracks as “purely a remedy for going through a rough spot.” He then goes on to explain how his first EP was based on an indie sound that he’d grown up with in the noughties, however, he has since developed his style and personalised the sound he is generating.
The new Luke Porter single ‘You Don’t See In Me What I see In You’ has been wrote, produced and mostly played by Luke himself. He travelled around the North East, using several different studios to record the instrumental tracks. The keys heard on the track were actually recorded by Dave Hull-Denholm of Lindisfarne. Collecting all of these individual tracks together, Luke then finalised and mixed the song from his home studio.
When discussing the lyrical content of this track Luke explained his desire for people to interpret the lyrics in their style and apply them to their personal thoughts and feelings, showing there’s no universal truth to them and can be used over a vast amount of situations. This track (released on 31st July) is part of a 4 track EP ‘The Truth Lies Behind’ which is set for release later this year.