LA’s pop guru, Luna Shadows has unveiled her latest offering of 2017, the etherial and evocative ‘Tokyo’.
Teaming up once again with Thom Powers of The Naked And Famous, the track shows a return to the engrossing left-field pop that she’s become renown for.
Multi‐instrumentalist and singer, writer and producer is a cross between GLADES and The Japanese House. Her dark, atmospheric indie pop with hazy vocals like Amber Bain (Japanese House) is refreshingly soulful and haunting indie pop at its best.
‘Tokyo’ was written from a place of internal exploration, the singer explains; “When we hope for things, we imagine the happiness we might feel if we receive them.
“In reality, however, even the most blissful changes are often accompanied by a degree of melancholy. In art, especially music, we regularly see a definitive before and after – a seed & a flower, a caterpillar & a butterfly – but rarely is the actual moment of change depicted.
“’Tokyo’ is intended to be like a musical time lapse or the sonic equivalent of a developing photo, detailing a precise moment where something unfolded in front of me.”