On the rise singer/songwriter, Luke Underhill just unveiled his music video for his single “I Wanna Make You Dance,” the popular song that has quickly become a fan favorite, amassing over 17k streams on Spotify since its release. Underhill’s “I Wanna Make You Dance” is off his debut album, The Left Side. Currently building himself a brand as the new age, ‘Piano Man,’ Underhill is currently working in the studio with hit making producer Warren Huart (The Fray, Marc Broussard, Korn, Aerosmith, Better Than Ezra) working on his sophomore EP, due out in early 2019.
“This is a fun song about wanting to dance with someone. So a video full of people dancing like there’s not a care in the world? That’s just perfect!”
Underhill is a 22-year-old singer/songwriter from Chicago, IL, released in debut studio EP, The Left Side, in 2017 with Mikal Blue (Colbie Caillat, Jason Mraz) and Michael Clouse (Jeff Buckley) at the helm of the EP, his talent is ready to take on his rapidly expanding fan base deeper into the heart of his sound with his sophomore EP coming out next year (2019). His sophomore record is guaranteed to be one for the record books as his debut album quickly amassed over 85k streams on Spotify, in which he simultaneously released acoustic video for all 7, of the self-penned tracks on the EP that has received over 204k views on YouTube since its release. Currently splitting his time between Nashville, Chicago and LA, Underhill is not slowing down any time soon.
His creative music video for “I Wanna Make You Dance,” premiered today exclusively on Music Mayhem, showcases Underhill’s unique vocals as the soundtrack to an office dance party with a catchy chorus that just wants to make you dance.
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