Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Lukas Graham recently unveiled his long-awaited full length album 4 (The Pink Album) via Warner, and having spoke to the Copenhagen native about his 2020 track Share That Love at the height of the pandemic, Headliner thought it the perfect opportunity to catch up with him about the new record, getting sober, and his refreshed perspective on songwriting.
The world was a very different place when Headliner first interviewed frontman Lukas Forchhammer nearly three years ago, and a lot has changed in the talented vocalist and multi-instrumentalists life since.
Coming out of the global pandemic, and since starting a family of his own, he made the decision to go clean and sober, which, besides becoming a parent, marked the best decision he has made in his adult life so far.
Realising that his habits had changed simply from social settings to pursuing them alone, he decided to make a change for the better. Two years and four months later, his addiction has shifted to more wellness-centric activities: “I just came from a swim in the ocean, which was a fairly invigorating experience,” he says. Headliner feels cold just thinking about it…