a few years ago you could not visit a foreign music web site without encountering another success story on Luke Graham.
today is written not so flattering about the trio in the UNITED states and the united kingdom.
the Weekend's news that Luke Graham has pulled the song 'Sad' back from Spotify, reported by leading media such as the popular musiksites Billboard, Pitchfork, NME and Spin, as well as the british newspaper The Independent.
Luke Graham has regretted 'Sad', because the song's original sponsor, the late, american rapper XXXTentacion, had a violent past, as popbandet was not aware of, since they interpreted the hit.
'I knew nothing of his violent past. I am really sorry for the pain I've caused, and I am angry that no one told me anything before. Again, I'm really sorry', wrote Lukas Forchhammer on Facebook on Saturday.
the Danes ' retreat comes shortly after international stars like Lady Gaga and Celine Dion has pulled the songs with R. Kelly back, after hitmaker has been accused of numerous sexovergreb.
Luke Graham plays in the evening the last of the three virtually sold-out show at the Royal Arena in copenhagen and in the weekend to entertain the 30,000 fans in Boxen in Herning.
Later, following a tour in the UNITED states and Europe, where the band entertains in theatres and concert halls.
the Group's current '3 (The Purple Album)' have not been able to match the international success of copenhagen was with its predecessor, 'the Blue Album', and both mental and physical abuse '7 Years'.
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