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Luke Hemmings, ‘Place In Me’ – Single Review ★★★★

Words: | August 11, 2021
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Place In Me‘ by Luke Hemmings – Single Rating: 4/5 ★★★★

Luke Hemmings from 5 Seconds Of Summer bestows a gift upon the pop realms with his new solo release, ‘Place In Me’.

The song is an ethereal gem with a dreamy flow that is difficult to ignore. Furthermore, Luke opens the box to a world of creativity, and he backs it up with a stunning visualizer that flawlessly summarises the music.

It all begins with a tranquil prelude with a futuristic edge that is immediately engaging. Luke then steals the show with a stunning vocal performance that demonstrates his versatility as a modern singer-songwriter. He takes a new approach when comparing his singing to the backlog from his famous band, 5SOS.

On this tune, several influences emerge and there is a Zayn-like vibe. Nonetheless, it stands out with unique characteristics, and Luke digs into his own niche, affecting our emotions along the way. The adventure is unforgettable, and the shift in delivery as the route goes adds to the uniqueness of the experience.

‘Place In Me’ is a raw release overall. It’s more in-depth than what he usually offers in his band, and it’s a testament to his ability to keep reinventing himself. Also, even though the music is only three minutes long, it accomplishes everything that is required. It’s dynamic, honest, and the soundscape’s vulnerability opens a new door for Luke.

You can take a listen to ‘Place In Me’ by Luke Hemmings below. Also, be sure to let us know your thoughts on this new release by commenting beneath this article. As always, we love to hear your feedback. So, do you think this is one of the best new pop tracks to emerge in recent times? Also, are you enjoying the solo material from Luke Hemmings? 

Emily Harris

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