Video Interview: Martin Luke Brown




Hey guys!

As an interviewer, you have to decide what kind of interviewer you want to be.
You can either be that really badass-like journalist who asks questions that make the artists/bands sweat, shake and go completely nervous about. You know, the provocative kind of interviewer that actually my journalism teacher told me to be.

Or you can be an absolutely hippie who asks relaxed questions in order to have that kind of conversation you'd have over a cup of tea. Or coffee, if you prefer that.

I've decided to put on the flower crown and be the hippie who asks questions I'd also ask my mates.
So far I don't regret this decision!

I had a lovely and rather funny chat with Martin Luke Brown recently! 


Martin Luke Brown is a singer/songwriter from Leicester, UK.
Genrefying his music is definitely no simple thing to do as Martin combines pop elements with soulful vocals, a folky falsetto and electrifying beats. Maybe we'll settle for Alternative.

The young musician started gigging at the age of 14, uses the keyboard and the guitar on stage and also started working with backing tracks at live shows.

Back in 2014, house in the sand was introduced to Martin Luke Brown's music and we were convinced we'd be able to watch him go and create amazing music.

Martin Luke has released a bunch of songs so far; "Nostalgia", "Scars On Scars" and "Love Me Sober" being his main singles which made him gain a loyal fanbase.

Watch our little chat below in which we spoke about touring with Jack, working on new songs, Chinese syrups and a lot mores. Oh, and Martin sent a very special shoutout to his London mates!

Enjoy!




Listen to Martin Luke Brown's recent single "Love Me Sober" below! 





Martin Luke Brown online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram




Thank you to George and Martin for this very lovely noon in Munich! #catcafésarethebest



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Credits // Text, Image & Video: Vanessa Jertschewske

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