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Luna Mare release new single ‘Satori’

A duet between husband and wife, ‘Satori’ is the latest single to come from Luna Mare.

With echoes of dark atmospheres, Massive Attack, and the guitar driven Dreampop of Cocteau Twins, ‘Satori’ is written from the point of view of a lost moment of Satori & the reflected change of the person enlightened.

Speaking of their new single, the couple explain Satori is an ethereal conversation between the lost moment and the beautiful change.” Released on the couple’s anniversary, this song invites us into an eclectic and intriguing soundscape. 

Founded in TrBeCa, Luna Mare grew out of the other Tin Balloon groups, especially Qualium in the downtown and Brooklyn scenes of the early 2000s. Founding members Neil AKA Qualius and his wife Jessica AKA Lady Roundabout, describe their project as both a duo and a collective.

Their sound is hugely inspired by the whole downtempo Bristol music scene, and their collaborators come from many styles: jazz, alternative, metal, hardcore punk, global garage. This release of ‘Satori’ is a relaunch of the project, following a remastering by legend Eric James of Philospher’s Barn Mastering. A full ‘Satori’ album is expected to follow!

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