Lukas Sherfey

Copenhagen, DK
Artist / Band / Musician
Pop / Soul / Rock
The Movement Records

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Lukas Sherfey is an upcoming artist from Denmark, Scandinavia, and is a representative of quality song-writing combined with a classy and stylish appearance.Lukas Sherfey is the front-man of the energetic Mod-Power trio The Movement, with whom he performed all over Europe and Japan.Now Lukas Sherfey is releasing his debut album Soul Vacation on The Movement Records -a label Lukas is the cofounder of.Soul Vacation proves that Lukas Sherfey is a true talented musician keeping his integrity and his honest way to approach the genre of rock and soul.Lukas Sherfey shows us his ability of combining rock and soul, and references like Paul Weller, Amy Winehouse and Elvis Costello.The album has an optimistic and positive feeling and sometimes even a romantic touch.With the backing band of James Morrison and some of Denmark's finest musicians this record outstands and defines itselves as an excellent and big production.The album contains 11 strong tracks; Soul-stompers like "I Won't Be Crying", "Your Love Is Making Me Stronger", "I Will Give My Heart to You" and "The Loving".Classic rock songs like "Soul Vacation", "Broken Hearts", "Spend My Days", "Your Healing" and soft ballads like "Was It Love?", "Will You Love Me When It Rains?" and "Summer Has Left Too Soon".Soul Vacation is an unique and personal album that grows and reveals new dimensions each time you listen

to it.If you dig the Mod thing and the new soul wave then this album is definitely a must!

Lukas Sherfey's solo album is now available on vinyl!

The LP is released on Mad Butcher Rec.

It will be sold on the Movement tour! (And through the Mad Butcher Shop)

THE LOVING- A song about how Denmark turned into a Fascist country!

Taken from the new album "SOUL VACATION"

Lukas Sherfey - Broken Hearts from the album SOUL VACATION
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