2014-03-13T13:49:43-04:00 2014-03-14T11:52:16-04:00

Lune, a new Swedish songstress, tickles us with "Feathers"

 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.




  • Refune
  • 2014/03/10


Electro Pop · Indie


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