Jack Lukeman Releases Brand New Single ‘Sundogs In The Moonshine’

Jack Lukeman Releases Brand New Single ‘Sundogs In The Moonshine’

Thursday, 11 August 2022, 11.10am

One of Ireland's most enigmatic and magnificent performers Jack Lukeman has just released his brand new single ‘Sundogs in the Moonshine’, which is out 5 August across all digital platforms - alongside announcing his new album ‘Echo On’, which is set for release on 19 September. With a career spanning 25 years, he will also headline Dublin's 3Arena on 25 November. Jack Lukeman is currently touring with Jools Holland and Sting throughout the summer.

‘Sundogs in the Moonshine’ the new single from Jack Lukeman aka Jack L is the Summer single we have all been waiting for. This soon to be Jack L classic is a homage to the sun hunters of the world and the ever-present full moon beach parties held in exotic places.

Speaking about the single, Jack Lukeman says: “During our recent times when travelling was restricted, I began to reminisce about some of the great travelling adventures I’ve had. ‘Sundogs in the Moonshine’ took me back to the beautiful islands of Thailand in the early noughties. There were full moon parties, half moon and no-moon parties every night. Where the sun dog tribe would dance till the sun came up and cheers it as it rose at dawn. The single has a little of that inspiration for Irish beaches this summer”

Fans can expect a spectacular live performance as Jack Lukeman is set to headline Dublin's 3Arena on 25 November - with a show that will see him performing his greatest hits alongside live favourites. Tickets from €35 plus booking fee are on sale now from Ticketmaster.ie.

‘Sundogs in the Moonshine, the first single from Jack Lukeman’s upcoming album ‘Echo On’, is out now with the album due to be released on 19 September.

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