Newcomer singer-songwriter and producer Luna has just revealed her latest single ‘Immortalise’ taken from her forthcoming debut ‘Nostalgia’ EP due for release this autumn. Listen HERE
“Immortalise” explores the concept of legacy, and the desire to capture moments in writing, keeping them alive once they have passed. In her own words, ‘In immortalising the people I write about, I can immortalise myself and the situation the way I saw it, or the way I wanted it to be – the song is about the power within that.”.
Luna confesses to struggling with anxiety and tries to embed her experiences into her music. “Immortalise’ was written about a time when Luna’s mental health was at its worst, but she still describes it as being about, “Idealism and romanticism, and looking for meaning in the world around you. The want to dig beyond the visuality and find something less tangible and record and create meaning out of that”. Growing up around the London music scene, Luna began writing as a child while self-teaching guitar. She is currently studying at the London School of Economics, but previously interned at Young Turks for several months, which opened her eyes to more electronic music. An avid gig goer and music lover, her stint as an intern was unpaid so she worked on the bar at 02 Shepherds Bush Empire, ‘I love watching live music, so thought it was the perfect side job!’ Later influence from ticketing start-up Dice immersed Luna in pop after growing up on folk artists like Bob Dylan and Laura Marling.
Luna is currently rehearsing her live show and will be appearing live towards the end of 2018.
Luna is lilac and stars
Luna is darkness and light
Luna is the two dualities we are always living in; the day, the night.