Rising Pop Artist Luke Underhill Releases Spirited Music Video For I WANNA MAKE YOU DANCE
Music Mayhem Magazine exclusively premiered the video before its release. Read the entire feature HERE.
"This is a fun song about wanting to dance with someone," Underhill told Music Mayhem. "So a video full of people dancing like there's not a care in the world... That's just perfect!"
Currently writing and recording for his sophomore studio EP with hit producer Warren Huart (The Fray, Marc Broussard, Korn, Aerosmith, Better Than Ezra), Underhill is staged to release new music in early 2019.
Since it's release, The Left Side has received rave reviews and has independently accumulated more than 80K streams on Spotify while celebrating premiere playlist placement. Underhill simultaneously released acoustic videos for all 7, self-penned tracks on the EP that have garnered more than 204K views collectively on YouTube.
With diverse influences ranging from Gavin DeGraw and Bruce Springsteen to Ed Sheeran and Ben Folds, the multi-talented 22-year-old singer/songwriter, Luke Underhill, is making his mark in the format. The Chicago area performer's emotional renditions of his songs have already earned him comparisons to a young John Mayer - while some more upbeat arrangements inspire exciting flashes of early Bryan Adams. After releasing his debut studio EP The Left Side in 2017 with Mikal Blue (Colbie Caillat, Jason Mraz) and Michael Clouse (Jeff Buckley) at the helm, the young talent is ready to take his growing fan base deeper into the heart of his sound. Currently writing and recording for his sophomore studio EP with hit producer Warren Huart (The Fray, Marc Broussard, Korn, Aerosmith, Better Than Ezra), Underhill is staged to release new music in late 2018. Currently splitting his time between Nashville, Chicago and LA, Underhill is not slowing down any time soon.