Listen to the latest single from the forthcoming new album, here.
July 13, 2020 // Toronto, ON —Ethereal vocalist and gifted songsmith Luca Fogale continues to share music from his forthcoming full-length album, Nothing Is Lost, scheduled for release on September 18, 2020.
The self-produced new single “Every Colour” (out now on Amelia Recordings), follows recent tracks “Half-Saved,” “Unfolding,” and “Another Way Around,” which together have been streamed more than seven million times. “Every Colour,” released on Friday, has already been featured on several playlists including Spotify’s New Music Friday, Contemporary Blend, Apple Music’s New In Singer-Songwriter, Unwind, Today’s Acoustic, and Amazon Music’s Fresh Pop.
In this song, Fogale explores the idea that beauty is found in every step, every fall, and the spaces in between.
“I wrote this song as a reminder to myself and anyone listening to search for beauty and meaning in every piece of this life, however simple or complex, no matter the circumstance. It feels as though time runs faster with each day that passes and each moment that I experience is heavier than the one that preceded it. I’m desperately trying to hold on to the idea that there is value and purpose in every facet of our existence as long as we are willing to look for it.” —Luca Fogale
Raised and residing in Burnaby, British Columbia, the recently announced Western Canadian Music Award nominee (Pop Artist of the Year) has toured Canada, United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan and has shared the stage with Dermot Kennedy, Half Moon Run, Serena Ryder and Josh Ritter. No stranger to soundtracking emotive visuals, Fogale’s music was featured on Grey’s Anatomy, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Station 19, and has been listened to more than 30 million times across music streaming platforms.
Today, Fogale shares a video that complements the single that features dancerQuaba Venza Ernest. Quaba, an accomplished performer from Brooklyn, New York, has trained at Dance Theatre of Harlem, the State University of New York at Purchase College Conservatory of Dance and as a member of Ballet BC. He creates for his own company Venza Dance. His dance film “Astomi” won at Quinzena de Dança de Almada – International Dance Festival in 2019.