Lukas Graham has become a household name in the South East with the recent release of their single ‘7 Years’.
Their new self-titled album was released on Friday and shot straight to #1 in the iTunes album chart.
The album features some poignant and personal songs inspired by the death of frontman Lukas’ Irish father, Eugene, in 2012.
The band even performed on the Ellen Show yesterday.
But even with a hectic schedule, the band took some time out to chat to Emma on The Takeover to chat about life on the road, the album, Irish traditions and how Lukas coped with the death of his Father.
***But that’s not all… Lukas also revealed that one of the main things for him to do this year is to get on the Late Late show so his Granny (who is Irish) can be in the audience.
This, he says, is top of her bucket list.
On The Takeover we started a hashtag to try and make this happen- #GrahamGranny4LateLate
Head over to our Twitter account @beat102103, RT our tweet and lets try and make this happen!***
Check out their performance on Ellen here
If you missed the full interview, you can listen back here7 years, Lukas Graham, RTE, The Late Late Show