Walker Lukens is Back To Save Us ALL! Following up his 3-week-in-a-row #1 Specialty Single “Lifted” last year, and a string of Top 5’s at the format for his latest EP earlier in the year, We Couldn’t Be More Fired Up to deliver early music off the forthcoming album via New Single “Don’t Wanna Be Lonely (Don’t Wanna Leave You Alone)”!!!
Walker Lukens‘ new album, via Modern Outsider Records, is “Tell It To The Judge”. Produced by Spoon’s Jim Eno, this highly anticipated record brings together some of Walker’s most celebrated tracks to date, such as “Every Night” and “Lifted”, alongside new tunes for fans to enjoy and hopefully for You to spread some continued word on via your new music radio shows!
With excitement towards the release of his second full length album, Walker explains, “I wanted Tell It To The Judge to feel like one of those late 70s ZZ Top records –fun, to the point, a little funny, full of good grooves… The thing is that it’s 2017. I love hip-hop and I can only take so much of that boys drinking around a campfire feel. I mostly play piano and am not that good at guitar. I spend too much time in my head to play good old rock-n-roll. Thus, I give you Tell It To The Judge.”
“Lukens has placed himself smack in the middle of the playing field with this new track that I can’t stop listening to. This is what it would be like if Prince had a baby with the Talking Heads, let Spoon raise it and named it Walker Lukens.” – Culture Collide
“The singer-songwriter’s voice strikes the perfect balance between soul and sass, riding high above a funky bassline that definitely owes a bit to Spoon’s influence.” — Consequence Of Sound
“If you don’t find yourself smashing the replay button immediately, then your resolve is stronger than mine.” – UPROXX
“So, I get this CD in by Walker Lukens, I’ve never heard of him…I listened to it, and it was so good. I listened to it, and I thought, I’ve got to listen to this again. Maybe I’m just in a really good mood. And nope, it holds up. Even on my worst days, this is a fantastic record.” — NPR All Songs Considered (Robin Hilton)