With the 2016 global debut and multiplatinum smash hit "7 Years," Lukas Graham solidified their status as one of the biggest breakout acts in music, racking up over 23 million units in worldwide consumption, hitting number one in 13 different countries, and ultimately garnering three GRAMMY® Award nominations. The honest, intimate song transformed Danish singer Lukas Forchhammer's life into a whirlwind—a world away from his beginnings, born on a couch in Christiania, an impoverished, liberal, quasi-commune located in the center of Copenhagen. Alongside his "boys" in the band – Mark "Lovestick" Falgren (drums) and Magnús "Magnúm" Larsson (bass) – Lukas Graham traversed the globe on sold-out tours, played the biggest stages from The 59th Annual Grammy Awards, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and Good Morning America to The Billboard Music Awards, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Late Show with James Corden, ELLEN, CONAN and the MTV Video Music Awards, plus earned critical acclaim from the likes of The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Billboard, and NPR. But Lukas is far from content with the accolades of the past few years: He's restless and ready to be known as an artist that supersedes any smash he may have, past or present. Now 30, engaged to his long-term girlfriend, and proud father of a little girl, Viola, Lukas has poured the gamut of his life experiences into his new album 3 (The Purple Album), led by heartfelt single "Love Someone." Lukas describes the song as being about "the kind of love I'm feeling that I've never felt before," and goes deeper still throughout the album, revealing his vulnerabilities and his fears, his sadness and his joy. While the self-titled debut was dedicated in large part to Lukas' late father, 3 (The Purple Album) is for his new family of three, and showcases a special kind of alchemy: easy pop hooks alongside soul-baring poignancy.