It's been a huge month for Anna Lunoe. Within the past three weeks, the Australian artist has continued leading the house music movement she started, while announcing her pregnancy to fans just before her back to back weekends of Coachella performances, where she was greeted by fans and contemporaries alike to congratulate her, including OWSLA frontman Skrillex.
Though she's been closely associated with OWSLA throughout her career, releasing tracks like "Bullseye" and "Radioactive" through the label, Lunoe is officially breaking out on her own today. Fittingly, the brand she's built is turning into a label of the same name – HYPERHOUSE – and the label's first release is from its founder herself. Entitled "Godzilla," the track was debuted at Coachella earlier this month and is the namesake of her current North American tour. It's classically Anna Lunoe – with her on vocals leading hard-hitting house beats with a laid back attitude – an apt new start for the artist as she makes an impact on 2017.