Seattle, Washington — Friday, August 16th, 2019 — This self-taught 19-year-old artist reimagines independent music with his latest release. His fun, relatable pop songs will grab your heart (and your ears) within minutes of listening.
“One man show” is the best way to describe Jaeden Luke. His newest album Free of Me is not only self-written but also self-recorded and produced from inside the walls of his bedroom. From opening for Chris Isaak at Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery (Woodinville, WA) for 4000 people, to opening for Little Feat at the Triple Door (Seattle, WA), Jaeden Luke has independently built his career thus far without a record label or further help.
Free of Me is a 7 track acoustic/ pop album which lyrically reveals the journey of navigating life to discover true freedom, despite any hindrance or failed relationship along the way. Although a 2019 record, fans are calling this album a “2000’s feel.” The pop/ rock anthems along with stripped-down emotional ballads bring back the classic Goo Goo Dolls and Lifehouse vibe. Jaeden Luke is taking a stand with his new album, which will make any listener second guess how they think Seattle sounds and/or should sound.
“It’s more than just the music,” Jaeden said to Portland’s nationally syndicated talk show host Eric Goranson from Envision Networks, “It’s about provoking emotion in every person I encounter. At the end of the day, it’s about how many people I’m able to touch through my music!”
Get your hands on Free of Me (released July 19th, 2019) and hear for yourself Seattle’s new sound.
Jaeden Luke is a Singer/Songwriter from outside of Seattle, WA. Thanks to his favorite band of all time, The Beatles, he fell in love with the guitar at age 9. Somewhere between Ed Sheeran and OneRepublic, his genre can be described as acoustic/ pop. His first release, Fly EP, was published in early 2019, and newest album “Free of Me” released July 19th, 2019.