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Witness Profound Indie Pop Vibes in Kyle Lucas’ Compelling Number ‘Don’t Fall Asleep’


Kyle Lucas

Being an extremely well-cultivated and charmed artist, Kyle Lucas is making the best of his career. His recent release ‘Don’t Fall Asleep’ holds his powerful skills of music.

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Bryan, Texas Aug 22, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Upcoming singer and songwriter Kyle Lucas is born and brought up in Boston, Massachusetts. Being widely influenced by Van Morrison, Sam Smith, Adele, and Ed Sheeran, he embarked upon this journey to deliver his great music-making ways and the authenticity that you can see in his songs. His newly dropped number Don’t Fall Asleep is a very charming number that will make you fall for the song instantly. The song is written by Kyle Lucas Alves and produced by Alex Fisher, and Elijah Walter.

This song is his first solo venture and still, he has aced in every way possible with this number. These magical verses are well-infused with the gripping depth of acoustic guitar. The entire musical concoction is a treat to witness and furthermore, the voice of Kyle Lucas can be pretty addictive. His debut release is showcasing a very delicate soothing aura and some well-nurtured intimate longs and passion. He dropped the song in July 2022 and people are appreciating and been extremely encouraged by his works since then.

The creative outburst that everyone has experienced while witnessing the song is very compelling to watch. Being the first venture of the artist ‘Don’t Fall Asleep’ is one of the most seamlessly performed numbers, a song that shares the same merit as any veteran artist has made it. The soulful and well-woven lyrics will cast an enchantment and will leave wanting more of his outstanding musical alchemies. For more updates make sure you follow him on Apple Music, Spotify, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter .

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