Luke has had various roles in the music industry over the last 10 years. Starting life as a promoter, he was one of the first to put on UK shows by Tilly and the Wall and Laura Marling. Along with some university friends, in 2005 he started the label Exercise1 and put out records that included the legendary Daniel Johnston, as well as the debut release from Twin Thousands (a supergroup made up of members of Bright Eyes, Cursive and Arcade Fire).
In 2009 he started writing and producing his own work under the name Twin Falls. Earning himself 2x BBC Radio1 playlist positions, plus an appearance on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury 2013. He’s worked in studios such as BBC Maida Vale 4 with legendary Peel Sessions, Foo Fighters and Interpol engineer Simon Askew and Sawmills in Cornwall with John Cornfield (Supergrass, Muse).
Luke’s production work has recently been playlisted on BBC Radio1, 6Music and Kerrang, as well as being invited to be inducted into The British Library’s Sound Recording Archive. He has an HND in Contemporary Music Production from Middlesex University.