Having dropped the ‘Demons’ remixes EP in 2017, showcasing tracks such as ‘Nocturnal’ (featuring London Rap Icon Che Lingo) and ‘Let Me Go’, British-Chinese artist Lui Peng releases a new music video for his latest single ‘No Rush’.
Arriving from China at just nine years old, British-Chinese singer Lui Peng always had a wildly creative side that complimented his affinity for music. He paints a dreamy landscape with his unique aperture on Pop, connecting deeply with fans across a broad spectrum. CLASH called his latest release No Rush a “new pop wonder”.
Intuitive and curious, Lui quickly felt a proclivity for the arts – first drawing, then music. At the age of 19, he started posting covers on Youtube and developed an acoustic approach to pop songs which showcased his talents to the world in raw form.
Lui is an artist caught between two worlds; not just acoustic and produced, Asia and Western Europe, but also the hard, real world of payoff through pain, and the imaginary landscapes that his mind wanders off to.
It’s in this dream landscape that his music lives – and unlike many pop artists today, Lui is not afraid to take you to these places in his songs: beauty, wonder, and child-like contentment are the musical norm.
“I had wanted to write a song like this for a while that was tastefully tongue in cheek as well as being genuinely sweet and romantic.
His latest release “No Rush” is a song that tries to look at the world from a perspective where time is abundant. A concept that often gets lost inside the stresses of everyday life.”, explains Lui Peng.
Its been a busy month for the musician, having been involved at the renowned Music Matters event in Singapore and having taken his music to 5 countries, playing 7 shows across Asia as part of his latest tour.