Luke Carey’s second EP ‘Stencils’ topped the likes of Ed Sheeran and Tom Odell reaching No 2 in the iTunes chart on the day of it’s release.

‘Every once in a while something special happens and a special talent is born, in the UK there seems to be a lot of this happening at the moment – the latest case of this, the marvelous gift of Luke Carey’– Wolf In A Suit, Blog

Relatable, honest and truly talented, the 21-year-old North Londoner’s latest offering, ‘Stencils’ merges contemporary & upbeat vocals with a classic acoustic style.

The EP entices the listener to enter the world of a young guy trying to find his feet, and shares his highs & lows of navigating the fields of romance and carving out a career as a musician. All with a pinch of humour, and a hell of a talent for songwriting!

Tracks include:
God Might Forgive In A Day
This simple, stripped back track reflects the raw emotion of how it feels to be dumped (and totally blindsided by it), yet somehow maintains an upbeat feel in the understanding that this may be the first of many times it happens!

Buckledown knucklehead
Tight beats with on-point vocals & harmonies come together in this track about starting your career as a musician, and trying not to let early praise allow you to become over-confident… ‘Barely passed the starting point, stop thinking that you’ve won’

Something I’ve Found
Demonstrating Luke’s storytelling, these simple guitar loops and harmonies keep the vocals light, gentle and emotional. The beauty lies in the simplicity of this track.


‘Contemporary & upbeat, merging with the more classical, ambient, acoustic style… the whole audience can’t help but stop and stare in amazement’
– V. Bansal, Consentus Music

Find out more about Luke at lukecareymusic.com