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Lunic – Far Away

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Lunic is an all-female electro-pop band from New York City, that released their first album, Lovethief, back in 2009. After its release they were able to perform with such diverse artists as Moby, Mindless Self Indulgence, Meiko, Company of Thieves, Dredg and many more. The trio consists of songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Kaitee Page, electric midi violinist Megan Berson, and live drummer Masha Mayer and they combine to create a fairly unique style that includes keyboards, violins, guitars, effects, loops, and midi controllers to skillfully and carefully construct each track from the ground up.

With a ton of live shows under their collective belts, Lunic are now set to release their second album, Future Sex Drama, in September. ‘Far Away’ is first single from that upcoming album and if it is any indication of the album as a whole, it will be another dose of moody electro-pop. Lunic are definitely recommended to those into Phantogram, Lykke Li, Metric, Ladytron or The xx.

“All-girl New Yorkers Lunic make distinctive and sultry psychedelic indie with hints of downbeat British electronica acts The xx and Portishead. Mournful dashes of violin and melodic lead guitar flourish.”
- NXNE

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Willie
06.05.12
I like it. It's chill and catchy.

Tyrael
06.05.12
'an all-female electro-pop band'

OH GOD YES

Willie
06.05.12
It's a good song and excellent picture.

Tyrael
06.05.12
Not really a fan of the chorus but it's a good song nonetheless

wacknizzle
06.05.12
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!, this makes me feel sexy, not diggin the chorus tho[2]. Also, that chick to the far left is so fine.

taylormemer
06.06.12
MIDI

Deviant.
06.06.12
Oh man, a Lunic sandwich



PistolPete
06.11.12
I like the way they stare =]

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