Luke Top was born in Tel Aviv, Israel and raised in Los Angeles, CA. He has dedicated the last two decades of his life to recording and performing music. A big chunk of that time (2008-2015), was spent as the lead singer of Fool's Gold, a band that has enjoyed international acclaim for their cathartic live shows and seductive experiments in global psychedelia. When Fool's Gold disbanded, Luke shifted gears musically, going solo with the release of his full length album Suspect Highs in 2016. SPIN magazine called the album “a deeply earnest and deeply honest confessional.” In 2018 he released The Dumb-Show EP after building his own studio in the DTLA Arts District. Regarding the title track LA record exclaimed it to be: "...three minutes of pop so charming it’s got handshakes instead of hooks, with quietly expert production that gets this glowing with a hundred different colors at once." In 2020 Luke left the familiar glow of DTLA and built a new home studio out in Panorama City, CA. There he created a new body of work, mostly during quarantine and over remote Skype sessions with few outside musicians. A series of new tracks are slated for release in 2020 starting with "Poltergeist", an indie psychedelic-pop groover about inner-demons (06/12/20). As a solo artist Luke has performed all over Los Angeles and has toured the US as main support for acts such as Peter Bjorn and John, Chairlift, and Vieux Farka Toure. This group of new tracks includes collaborations with longtime friends such as Jason Quever (Papercuts), Alex Siegel and Will Canzoneri (Vampire Weekend).