Lunic may not be a household name yet, but things are certainly about to change.
The all-female electro-pop band which hails from New York City, are about take center stage with their upcoming record, Future Sex Drama, due out September 2012.
Just unleashing the first single from the album, "Far Away," the infectious trio is about to take you on a musical journey like you have never experienced before.
Recommended if you like Phantogram, Lykke Li, Metric, Ladytron or The xx, Lunic is about to join the lineup of must-hear bands of the year. The sultry "Far Away," will entice you with haunting vocals, smooth beats, gorgeous harmonies and an echoing violin, making you fall head over heels.
Consisting of songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Kaitee Page, electric midi violinist Megan Berson, and live drummer Masha Mayer, the band has been playing countless shows not only in New York, but around the world.
Lunic has a truly unique style when it comes to writing and arranging songs as they use a combination of keyboards, violins, guitars, effects, loops, and midi controllers to skillfully and carefully construct each track from the ground up. Creating a truly beautiful piece of art. Their electrifying creations are the perfect blend of synthpop and electro-indie which makes for an incredible and catchy combination.
The group released their first album, Lovethief, in 2009, which was funded by Lunic fans around the world. Since then, Lunic have shared the stage with artists such as Moby, Mindless Self Indulgence, Meiko, Company of Thieves, Dredg and many more.
This is only the beginning of your relationship with Lunic, so be prepared to fall in love.
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Lunic 2012 tour dates:
(Dates and information subject to change.)
May 18 2012 - Sole East - Montauk, NY
May 19 2012 - Sole East - Montauk, NY
May 25 2012 - Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY
June 23 2012 - Precinct Bar - Sommerville, MA
August 10 2012 - Musikfest - Bethlehem, PA
"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
For the latest tour dates and more, go to:
Lunic Official Website