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Luz releases her new single ‘We’ll Be Fine’

I wrote we’ll be fine at a point in my life where all I needed was for someone to tell me that everything would be ok.

Irish artist Luz (NB. Pronounced Luce) has today revealed her brand-new single we’ll be fine, out now via London based artist services company Platoon. Recorded between Dublin and London with producer JMAC (Haux, Rosie Carney, Matilda Mann), the track came together during isolation and is the follow up to recent single I’m lonely, released in March this year.

Speaking about we’ll be fine, Luz said:

I wrote we’ll be fine at a point in my life where all I needed was for someone to tell me that everything would be ok. As mine and many others’ feelings of uncertainty have resurfaced during this time, it felt only natural to release this as the second single. It has always been a shoulder to me & I hope that it serves a purpose to others in the same way that it has done for me.”

The last twelve months have been full of standout moments for Luz. Her debut single, i’m lonely has been streamed more than 3,000,000 times across digital platforms and has received great playlist support from Apple Music (In My Room, Mellow Days, A-List Pop) and Spotify (Fresh & Chill, Modern Soft Pop, Pop Rising).

During isolation Luz covered Dua Lipa’s Don’t Start Now on TikTok. Her piano version of this cover has now amassed over 6,000,000 views and led to Dua Lipa reacting to the cover as part of a HouseParty takeover in May, declaring “I love this so much”. Watch the clip here.

Luz has received praise from a number of high profile musicians, including Lewis Capaldi, Dermot Kennedy, Julia Michaels, Sigrid and Niall Horan and she recently confirmed that she will be supporting JP Saxe on his European tour dates in October. Full dates are listed below.

we’ll be fine is out now via Platoon and Luz will be releasing further new music over the coming months.

JP Saxe tour dates:

11th October – Stockholm – Sweden
13th October – Warsaw – Poland
15th October – Berlin – Germany
16th October – Cologne – Germany
17th October – Amsterdam – Netherlands
20th October – London – United Kingdom
21st October – Dublin – Ireland