London-born, indie folk brother-sister duo The Luck brings you their second single, “Vertigo,” from their upcoming EP True North, out on September 29, 2016. The EP was co-written with Kevin Savigar, who worked extensively with Rod Stewart as well as Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Pat Benatar, among many others. The Luck had recorded their new EP alongside Paul Broucek, President of Music at Warner Brothers Pictures, and three-time Grammy Award-winning engineer/mixer, Ed Cherney (The Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton). STREAM ON SOUNDCLOUD
Max and Esmay’s shared passion for music permeated their lives from an early age, finding inspiration from the sounds of Fleetwood Mac, Simon & Garfunkel, and The Cranberries. As children, they both sang in choirs and learned to play an array of instruments, including cello, harp, piano, guitar and bass. In 2011, after blending their individual talents and becoming The Luck, the duo captivated crowds at hundreds of shows around the UK and Europe before heading to California to write, record, and perform in 2014. Since arriving in the new sun-soaked surroundings of Los Angeles, the duo have also incorporated the Laurel Canyon acoustic guitar-driven sounds of Joni Mitchell and The Eagles into their music.
Now in the United States, The Luck continues to enthrall audiences with the same energy and unique blend of their sibling harmonies as their performances abroad. In the past two years, The Luck has entertained fans at legendary West Coast venues including The Troubador, Hotel Cafe, and the Viper Room, as well as street performances in San Francisco and Los Angeles. This past summer, The Luck captured the spontaneity of their live sound through “Live at Dave’s Room,” a live video series recorded by Grammy Award-winner David Bianco (Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Tracy Chapman).
Check out The Luck’s new single, “Vertigo,” from their upcoming debut EP, True North, out this fall. To learn more about The Luck, visit TheLuckMusic.com.