This past Monday, Refune Records, the noted imprint of Swedish House Mafia partner Sebastian Ingrosso, sought to show another side of the electronic spectrum with a beautiful new artist. Her name is Lune, a Swedish singer who skirts the lines of indie, pop, and electro with Music & Sports. The album comes from a host of masterminds in the music industry, though Lune's own voice, which you may recognize from the fan-favorite track "Teenage Crime", stands out as the true work of art. Totaling 11-tracks in all, one of the highlights has to be "Feathers", a dreamy work built on bass guitar and the singer's breathy vocals.
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If you haven't had the chance to check out the entire album, we have another surprise in store. "Falling" caught our attention as a slow-paced, break-focused track that stripped away much of the instrumental, allowing Lune to do her thing. It's the kind of track that you lose yourself in, so take a look at the lyric video below and get lost in the moment.