Luna May Shines Bright On New Single ‘Castles’

Electro-pop songstress LUNA MAY has amassed tens of millions of streams across a number of high profile collaborations in the process she has been praised by industry heavyweights Future Classic and Triple J and had releases on labels including Dim Mak and TMRW Music.

After carving some time out to focus on writing new music the past year, Luna May is fresh as ever and back with an all-new array of beautifully crafted songs that mirror her penchant for moody electro-pop. The first of which is CASTLES, the perfect distillation of Luna May’s sound and represents a real maturity in Carn’s writing.

The listener is pulled into her most personal internal dialogue as she attempts to reconcile the push and pull of a broken love. The track balances captivating vocals with spacious production. The release echoes Carn’s internal musings in a way that is so intimate, it feels like you are right there beside her.

The Australian talent LUNA MAY has supported the likes of Vera Blue, London Topaz and Death By Denim, meanwhile Luna May’s debut single “Silly Boys” received rave reviews from fans and industry – it featured on several Spotify playlists including New Music Friday and was applauded by Triple J. 

Reflecting on writing Castles, Luna May gives insight into the heartbreak that was the force behind the song. “The song is about building a life with someone only to have them turn their back on you. It’s about being locked out of the castle you built with them.”




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