Luke Beling releases his debut Album “A Stone in the Mouth of the Ocean” – an album about coming to terms with our human frailty in this gigantic universe
Folk artist Luke Beling is set to make a profound mark in the music industry with his upcoming debut album, “A Stone in the Mouth of the Ocean,” This much-anticipated album is preceded by four captivating singles, with the lead single “A Stone in the Mouth of the Ocean. Each of these releases is a musical exploration of our human frailty and the search for meaning.
Luke Beling, a South African-born singer-songwriter, was raised in a world filled with the echoes of the 60s and 70s, deeply influenced by the records his father played and the backdrop of his native country’s struggle. This rich tapestry of influences is evident in the soul-stirring melodies and thought-provoking lyrics that define his music.
Krister Axel of CHILLFILTR aptly describes Beling’s work as “a thoughtful blend of pop-friendly acoustic folk, balanced against a simmering brew of spirituality and percipience.” Beling’s music is a profound exploration of life’s complexities, encapsulating both the miraculous and laborious aspects of existence. His folk songs are a collection of everyday stories, gathered during his global wanderings, offering listeners a heartfelt and honest experience.
Luke Beling has recently entered an exclusive sync deal with Think Music Group to represent and license his debut album, “A Stone in the Mouth of the Ocean.” This partnership promises to provide a broader platform for his music to reach a wider audience.
In addition to the album, Beling has created lyric videos for the singles, offering a visual dimension to his evocative storytelling. The singles, including “A Stone in the Mouth of the Ocean,” “Pain Like a River,” and “Too Late,” delve into the depths of human emotions and experiences. The poignant lyrics are set to resonate with audiences who have experienced the trials and tribulations of life. The album’s fourth single, “Pearl in the Tide,” explores the pressing issue of wealth disparity in contemporary society, urging us to reflect on our own roles in addressing this critical matter.
Luke Beling’s “A Stone in the Mouth of the Ocean” promise to be a musical journey that strikes a chord with audiences, igniting conversations and contemplation on the human condition in an ever-expanding universe.