“Place In Me” is Luke Hemming’s third and probably final single before the release of his debut album “When Facing the Things We Turn Away From”. Unlike his previous two single “Starting Line” and “Motion” this song focuses on how his past actions have affected other people rather than himself. Hemming’s is slowing down here.Continue reading “Song Review: Luke Hemmings // Place in Me”
With the release of ‘Motion’, the second single of Luke Hemming’s debut solo album ‘When Facing the things We Turn Away From’, the story is settling into place. This is not going to be an album with bops that juxtapose each other but a smooth narrative that follows Hemming’s attempt to find stability. There isContinue reading “Song Review: Luke Hemmings // Motion”
‘Starting Line’ is Hemming’s introspective on the nearly past decade with his band. An exploration of his fears, identity and what he is hoping to gain in his life.
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