Luna Bay go ‘All In’ on their latest indie rock cut

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8.3

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Indie rock quartet Luna Bay have returned to the scene with yet another banger in the form of their latest single ‘All In’ which also features stunning vocals from Swedish singer-songwriter Vera Kebbe.

The South-London band have had an exciting journey so far. Supporting the likes of The Academic and Declan McKenna as well as a host of their own sold-out headline shows at iconic venues in their city including Omera and Camden Assembly. However, things are only just getting started for them as they are about to embark on a tour across the UK, concluding a massive show at Scala next month.

As well as being an exciting addition to the live scene, Luna Bay have also released two other singles this year: ‘Call the Night’ and ‘You’ve Got it All’, but it is ‘All In’ that undoubtedly confirms them as a promising band that are set to go to high places.

‘All In’ has the intoxicating rhythm of an Indie-Pop ballad, it is memorable and has the potential to get stuck in your head for days. The distinctive vocals of lead-singer Connor O’Mara perfectly lace around the building soundscape that is layered beneath them.

We expect huge things from Luna Bay and you’ll certainly want to stick around for it. Check them at an upcoming show, listen to ‘All In’ down below and rate the track out of 10.

Good

  • Powerful vocals

Bad

  • Feel it can be refined more

Summary

‘All In’ has the intoxicating rhythm of an Indie-Pop ballad, it is memorable and has the potential to get stuck in your head for days. The distinctive vocals of lead-singer Connor O’Mara perfectly lace around the building soundscape...
8.3

ICM Rating