Lum!x & Gary Pontare Released Their New Single “We Could Be Together”!

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Lum!x and Gary Pontare released their new single “We Could Be Together”. The single is composed by David Pierre Henri Le Roy, Eirik Gjendemsjø, Gabriele Ponte, Giacomo UberJean-Chirstophe Francois Belval, Lorenzo Ohler, Sebastian Bliem and Ásdís María Viðarsdóttir.

Lum!x

Lum!x was born on July 23, 2002 in Rohrbach-Berg, Austria to an Italian mother and Austrian father. His real name is Luca Michlmayr but he uses the stage name Lumix – usually stylised as Lum!x.

Lum!x started producing music at the age of 11 and started uploading his songs on internet. Soon a Swedish company found him and he signed his first contract. His debut single came a couple of years later in 2018. The same year, he released two more songs.

In 2019, he released two singles and later changed record label releasing his song “Monster” along with Gabry Ponte. The song managed to entered the charts on many European countries. It was also certified platinum in Germany. In 2020, Lum!x continued his collaboration with Gabry Ponte and the two artists released two songs, both of which were charted in the European market. In 2021, he released 7 songs with his single “Thunder” being the most successful of them.

Earlier this year, he was announced along with Pia Maria as the next Austrian representatives at Eurovision. Their song “Halo” didn’t manage to qualify to the final, placing 15th in their semifinal with 42 points.

What do you think about the song? What do you think about the artist? Write your thoughts in the comments below!

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  1. The Henk says:

    This act is – correctly – billed as Gabry Ponte X Lum!ix feat. Daddy DJ. Nice early 2000’s styled summer’s song with a bit of a Vengaboys-flavor.

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