"I had no intention of writing another song about death", Luke says.
"I guess that's just the happy fun-time guy that I am.
"I like how a song about the end is coming out first. Putting everything in perspective again as a new phase begins."
Back in April, Luke was invited to give a a TED Talk
in Vancouver. He spoke about the cathartic effect of writing and performing 'sad' songs,
as well as performing two tracks live.
Luke Sital-Singh's songs are rich and somber and have the tendency to stop you in your tracks.
"I like writing about the heavy things. There's a lot of shallow stuff out there and that's fine for a certain context.
"My fun is diving as deep as I can. Inside myself and, if I can, inside others and writing songs that are as honest as I can make them.
"Honest to the struggles we all face, the sadness but more importantly, the hope."
Luke Sital-Singh released his debut single Fail For You in 2012, introducing the world his deft ability to craft songs with a piercing emotional quality.
The song went on to be featured in numerous TV shows including Grey's Anatomy.
At the end of 2013, Sital-Singh was featured in the BBC's Sound of 2014 list and signed to Parlophone records, who released his debut record The Fire Inside later that year.
After a couple of years touring the world and opening for artist such as Villagers, The Staves, Martha Wainwright and Angus and Julia Stone, in 2017 Sital-Singh released his critically-acclaimed second record, Time Is A Riddle.
The album's lead single Killing Me added to Luke's combined streams since 2015 of almost 120m.
His December dates are a last chance to see the acclaimed Bristol-based singer-songwriter before he re-locates to Los Angeles in January 2019.
Luke Sital-Singh plays at Brighton Unitarian Church on Wednesday 5th December 2019. CLICK HERE for tickets.