Wildcard (week 24):
Lockyer Boys – LATKD

Brothers Will and Charlie Lockyer are born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario. They started their musical career as a cover band, which soon landed them stints as support act and at festivals. Their great harmonies, multi-instrumental talent and stage presence made the duo an immediate showstopper. Lockyer Boys are currently completing their debut album, which features original songs by the brothers themselves, and songs co-written with the likes of Daniel Powter, Brian Howes and Scott Helman.

Their sunny new single LATKD (‘like all the kids do’) is released just in time for summer. It’s a catchy and uplifting pop gem, co-written with Grammy-nominated producer Jeff Dawson and Alan Poettcker from These Kids Wear Crowns. The song is about being present and living in the moment, and trying to experience genuine happiness. “Will and I try to make people happy with our music”, says Charlie Lockyer. “Teenagers and maybe even young adults are often ‘happy being sad’. Why can’t we be happy being happy? That’s the message of LATKD.”

This week, LATKD by Lockyer Boys is the Carte Blanche Music Wildcard. It’ll feature prominently at the top of this blog for a full seven days.

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In the Wildcards 2022 playlist you’ll find all of this year’s Carte Blanche Music Wildcards so far.

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