Louis Knight is entering a new phase on latest single ‘Never Enough’.
With his upcoming five-track EP ‘Twenty, Twenty-Two’ just round the corner, the riser taps into the introspective and universal.
The British-born, LA-based artist now unveils an intricate side to his lyricism, candid in its approach to struggling relationships yet open to a sense of overcoming. Opting for a warm, acoustic instrumentation, the single tugs on the 22 year old’s core influences that range between Jon Bellion, Lewis Capaldi, Sam Fender and Ed Sheeran.
Since Knight’s successful run on ABC’s ‘American Idol’ landing in the Top 7, the young riser has looked past commercial interest and carved his own solo career. Immersing himself amongst new crowds and collaborators, the last years have seen him work closely alongside Matt Weber and Grammy award-winning mix engineer Michael Brauer.
‘Never Enough’ is an intimate listen, strengthening Knight’s creative force whilst extending a relationship with his fans and pop music.
He comments: “It’s about feeling you’re never enough for someone. I think a lot of people can fall into feeling this way in an imbalanced relationship. I moved across the country to LA with my ex-girlfriend. Living together started to cause many cracks in our relationship and one day in an argument, she said no matter what she did, it never felt like enough for me. I also never felt enough in the relationship. I wrote that line down on my phone immediately and took it to my writing session the next day. As soon as I touched the piano, I instantly sang the line “it’s never enough for you” and we knew that was the hook!”.
Tune in now.