Luke Gross, a member of the popular eighties band BROS made a much-awaited comeback to the music scene after spending almost twenty-five years in the world of motion pictures as an actor and director. On December 11, 2020, he released a single titled FREE which has now racked up to 30 thousand YouTube views. He accompanied the audio of Free with a mesmerizing music video shot in Joshua Tree, California — reminiscent of a dramatic Clint Eastwood Classic.
Luke seems like one of the very few people who made good use of the coronavirus lockdown, using the time to plan his return to music. When quizzed about how it felt to do music again, he said “By recording and releasing a song under my name alone, I feel I just made my first free musical expression,” said Luke Gross.
Following his successes with BROS, Luke took his passion for entertainment to the other side of the fence to make films as a director and actor. His popular acting roles include Hellboy II and Blade II as well as several other cinematic accomplishments. Luke also delved into writing, authoring a London Times Best Seller.
Luke Gross has expressed his freedom as he steps away from BROS to create a new sound for his comeback. The new-found freedom inspired his newest single “FREE,” which has been enjoying rave reviews since it was dropped in December 2020. The alternative pop song has a Latin twist that provides a moody anthem for a modern society, with the video to the song offering a masterpiece in more ways than one.
Shot in Joshua Tree, California, the music video features wide-open spaces, stunning landscapes, and depicts Luke as a lone soul dramatically paralleled with the mystery and majesty of nature.
To listen to FREE and watch the amazing video to the single, please visit – https://youtu.be/XlYhC_Oigv0