Don't sleep on Luke Holland: 10 Luke Holland creations you need to get a hold of


Four years after his debut performance in Manila with his former band, The Word Alive at PULP Summer SLAM 15, Luke Holland returns better than ever.



After leaving his former band, Luke devoted his time to focus on his own art, showcasing his amazing works through his personal Youtube Channel Luke Holland Drums he made in 2009.

Here are 10 Luke Holland creations you need to see

Blackpink – DDU-DU DDU-DU



Uploaded on July 29, 2018, this drum cover is currently one of his most-watched drum cover. He gave this song his own personal touch.

Paramore – Ain’t It Fun



Taken from the 6th installment of Fearless Records’ legendary compilation Punk Goes Pop, this Paramore track was performed by Issues’ Tyler Carter with  Luke Holland behind the kit.

August Burns Red –Meddler


His channel’s very first video upload shows a 16-year old Luke showing off his talent taking on this legendary track.

Eminem feat. Rihanna – Love The Way You Lie



Showing off his creativity and impressive drumming skills, 17-year-old Luke made his own interpretation of this.

Skrillex – Cinema



The 5.7 million views of this song prove how Luke wows people with his talent

Justin Bieber – Sorry


Holland added some more flare to an already eargasmic song giving it a twist that you would crave listening to again and again.

Jeremy Renner – Main Attraction



Recording and doing a song with a successful Hollywood actor, in fact, proves how great of an artist he is.

I See Stars – Running With Scissors



He recorded all the drum parts of Electronicore band, I See Stars in 2016 LP entitled ‘Treehouse’ and later on filled the tour drummer spot during their stint at Vans Warped Tour 2016.

Michael Jackson – Thriller



The video was done for a legend, this particular drum remix did by Luke was really special as he dressed up like Michael Jackson in the video as well as putting some effort in makeup and prosthetics.

BTS – Fake Love
Doing a cover of BTS's Fake Love only shows that his professional drum skills are beyond genre. Luke shows his support to his newly loved genre by covering more of BTS a.k.a. the biggest boy group in the world right now like ‘Idol’ and ‘Mikrokosmos’





Catch Luke Holland this Friday, September 6 at Skydome, SM City North EDSA as he performs and shares his drum techniques. Proceeds from this show will be for the benefit of The Ripple Society so while you're rocking out to his beats, you're also contributing to the goal of the organization in empowering the youth in our society. Presented by PULP Live World and Skesh Entertainment.

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