Luke Million Announces “Come Together” EP and Australian Tour

Endearingly named “Australia’s King of Synthesisers”, Luke Million is riding an unstoppable disco-fuelled train to fame. Having just wrapped up his 19-day national tour supporting Client Liaison and a stellar performance at Splendour In The Grass, the Adelaide producer has just announced a new nationwide tour and forthcoming EP, Come Together.

Best known for his Stranger Things and Arnold viral remixes, Luke Million is no stranger to the dance music scene. However, this recent announcement will mark his first ever live venue tour.

His new single ‘Come Together’ will be out next Friday via etcetc and will be the lead track on the EP of the same name (due August 25th). The EP will feature his latest single ‘Back To The Rhythm’ with the purrs of fellow Aussie musician, Sam Sparro, as well as an array of other guest collaborators including Last Dinosaurs, Fluir, and Theif.

Luke and his arsenal of synths will be touring Australia from September, accompanied by rising alt-electro star, Mookhi, and psychedelic funk duo Nocturnal Tapes. With locked in tours in Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne, fans are guaranteed “pure 80s synth euphoria”.

“Simply put, I just love happy music!” says Luke Million, “Disco has the groove and you just can’t resist the tingling feeling it produces throughout your body.”