Luca Chesney Talks With TMI About Her New Single “Something Brand New”

You just released your latest track “Something Brand New”! Can you tell us about what this song means to you?

My previous work has felt like it come from an underworld, I heard a lot of the lyrics and melodies in dreams and recorded them in the morning. There was a dark intensity to them. This new song is lighter in every way, I feel lighter in every way. It’s as if I broke the surface on something internally so I was able to make a track that reflects that. It marks a very important point of evolution for me.

What do you hope your supporters will think of your new song? & What do you hope they’ll get from hearing your new song?

The dream as an artist is that people are with you for a long ride, a lifetime ride. I hope that the people who have already connected to my previous music enjoy the evolution, and I hope to pick up some new friends with this track as well.

Can you tell us the backstory of this song? Is it from a real experience?

It was the day after the “Mother Electric” album release show, my producer and I went to one of our friends basement studios in Brooklyn and the three of us wrote this track.

You also have more music coming out in 2019!! Can you spill any details on what your supporters can look forward to next year?!?

2019 will bring a few new songs. One is done, one is in the works, more after that!

What’s it feel like to be releasing your own original music?

Like everything is in its right place.

What do you want your message to be towards your fans? What do you want your fans to take away from your music and shows?

My message is personal evolution. Yes to the unknown, no to fear. It’s not something I sing about directly, it’s a way of life. These songs are just the fruit of the central process, they are one of the results of the main point of all this.

Are you planning any shows to promote your new music?

Yes, I’ve just moved to LA and will plan some shows here soon.

What do you want your fans to know if they ever see you in public?

Say hi. Say hi. Say hi. Every time someone connects with something I’ve made and lets me know its like receiving a little gift.

Why do you think social media is so important for artists like yourself?

Deletion of the middle man. Beautiful, direct contact with the people I’m here to speak with.

What would you say is your biggest dream/goal right now?

My goal is always the same…highest potential. What that looks like today will probably look different tomorrow.

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