“la lune’s haunting pop is a beautiful blend of James Blake and the Japanese House.” - NME
“Deep and sombre yet with a subtly soulful sound. Hauntingly soothing and stunning vocal. Love this!” - i-D Magazine
“Her new EP bliss is comfort in sound, a warm cocooning hug from a musical duvet.” - Earmilk
The 20 year-old, London-born singer-songwriter and producer has been releasing music with a DIY ethos since she was 18, and has gradually been accumulating the support of her loyal listeners, as well as the likes of BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 6, NME, and Spotify, landing a spot on New Music Friday UK with her latest release, 'Heartstop.'. Masked beneath her pseudonym and subtle social media presence, la lune is using obscurity to ‘protest’ against the over-sexualisation of women in music, stating that her music should be listened to and judged at ‘face value’.
With a healthy back-catalogue and festivals such as Isle of Wight, the Great Escape, and 2000Trees under her belt, la lune has been pegged by many as ‘one to watch’, as she enters a new phase in her career, with her second EP set to be released in the summer of 2019.