Polish-British producer Luke Marzec today shares his new single ‘In A Haze, Getting Waved’. Over a driving instrumental punctuated with free flowing piano chords and Luke’s signature smoky vocals;  ‘In A Haze, Getting Waved’ sees Luke delve into the hazy cycle of heavy weekends and monotonous weekdays. Written, performed, recorded and produced by Luke, the single comes hot on the heels of Balearic cut ‘Saturday Went By Too Fast’, recent brooding single ‘Settle My Debts’ and his recent EP Regrets & Resolutions.


Speaking of the new single, Luke said –

“In a Haze, Getting Waved is a look at the way so many of us only live for the weekend.  Instead of really thinking about our lives, our wants and our dreams, our generation gets wasted instead: endless weekends spent drinking and taking drugs – not only for the high but for the come down too. The Haze-y start of the week prohibits us from really examining ourselves, and by Wednesday and Thursday we start gearing up to repeat the weekend again. Will the cycle ever stop? Is another world possible? ”

When Luke isn’t producing in his South Bermondsey studio, or out at a Tottenham Rave, he’ll likely be found on his houseboat. It’s his place for himself, with no WiFi and only a button phone for communication. Every two weeks Luke sails his boat along the canals – From Ladbroke Grove to Hackney, Tottenham Marshes and even out to Denham Woods – always exploring London, being inspired by each new area he discovers.

Luke plays The Social, London on the 24th September – TICKETS

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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