Luke Wallace is a folk/Americana singer-songwriter based in British Columbia. Not too long ago, he released his latest nine-track album, entitled, "What on Earth". \r\nThe album starts with \u201cBiosphere\u201d, opening on low-slung gleaming colors atop a crisp rhythmic pulse. Also, its tropical savors blend with hints of reggae to form a deliciously textured turn. Furthermore, Wallace\u2019s distinctively inflected voice infuses the lyrics with rich, rolling flavors.\r\nLuke Wallace\r\n\r\nEntry points include \u201cJetlag\u201d. The song features Wallace\u2019s gentle, slight rasping timbres atop a haunting melody. Also, it finds him confronting the idea of emphasizing profits over the environment.\r\n\u201cPassing Through\u201d merges cool relishes of alternative-rock with folk-rock energy. Also, radiant vocal harmonies outline Wallace\u2019s wonderfully easy-to-listen-to and evocative voice.\r\n\u201cDevices\u201d is a slow bluesy tune about the death of his electronic devices. Also, the song travels on a simple acoustic guitar as Wallace laments his predicament.\r\n\u201cPale Kids\u201d rides a creamy folk melody with sparkling accents and a distant rhythm.\r\n"Pale Kids" music video\r\n https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eO3utdC5sc\r\n\r\n\u201cIt\u2019s calling on those that are currently silent to the injustice upon which our white privilege sits. Also, to use whatever privilege you have to fight for the liberation of those whom our systems of governance are too often death sentences.\u201d - stated Wallace\r\n\r\nWith "What on Earth", Luke Wallace delivers significant observations about life, society, and governments. Moreover, he does this on top of delectable soundscapes.\r\n"What on Earth" album\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cThis record is something that I\u2019m incredibly excited to share with people. It offers an opportunity for connection and understanding that I haven\u2019t had in the past. With the world shifting in such concerning and strange ways, I feel a greater call to look inside myself. And tap into my vulnerability and write songs that people can connect with. Also, I\u2019m hopeful that this album will nudge some people over the edge of complacency into a life of action.\u201d - stated Luke Wallace\r\n\r\nLuke Wallace began his career in 2015 by releasing his "Us" album. The project was followed by further releases and performances at Salmon Arm Roots and Blues and Vancouver Island Musicfest.\r\nLuke Wallace Social Links: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Spotify\r\n\r\nContact us on social media via Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, or Facebook, and let us know what\u2019s going on. Also, check out our Dope Music Video Showcase and vote for the dopest music video. Expect to watch exciting videos showcasing music in popular genres such as hip-hop, R&amp;B, soul, jazz, Pop, Rock, alternative, electronic, and more. Furthermore, don\u2019t forget to subscribe to our newsletter, purchase our merchandise, and become a Patron of Bong Mines Entertainment.