Luke Wild Shares New Single “New Miss America”

Luke Wild shares new single “New Miss America” via Terrible Records. It’s the first bit of new music he’s released since his debut EP Sunburn last year. The LA-based artist once again teamed with producer Jerome Potter for production duties. Luke shares, “‘New Miss America’ is a song pointing the finger at myself. It’s easy to look at others and judge the vain things they do. When in reality I do the same thing everyday.”     

Following the release of Sunburn, Luke found himself collaborating with a number of artists including Yoshi Flower, 6 Dogs, Jesse Rutherford, Danny Wolf, Umi, Hearts, and more. But it was his time in the studio with Deb Never that really had an impact. She will be featured on his forthcoming EP due out this summer and Luke co produced and wrote her latest singles, “Sorry,” and “Disassociate.” The son of a pastor, Luke Christian Wild grew up a skateboarder in Tampa, FL. He began playing piano at five, guitar bass at 12, and performing in gospel bands at church (and then throughout the Southeast) during his teenage years. The now 25-year-old found his way to Los Angeles by way of Tennessee and Atlanta. By the time he landed in California 3 years ago he already had a decade of experience in the studio producing and engineering recordings for trap rappers. That experience added another element to what was already percolating for Luke with regards to his own songwriting and the end result is an artistic vision that is all his own, one where he aims to be as expressive and free as possible. 

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