LUNDØN Continue To Deliver With New Single “Don’t Turn This Car Around”

Hailing from a musical background rooted in the punk rock scene, Justin Peeling & Jeff Updike decided to combine their love for rock and electronic in a collaborative project now known as LUNDØN. The duo creates powerful indie rock/metal cuts with a future bass/dubstep touch. Out now, ‘Don’t Turn This Car Around’ is available to listen to across all streaming platforms.

The harmonious, textured vocal, courtesy of Loveless’ Julian Comeau, effortlessly flows throughout the track’s entirety, serving as a prime accompaniment to LUNDØN’s hefty basslines and heart-soaring drops. The melancholic theme of the tune is executed flawlessly, in large part due to the raw emotion and power behind Comeau’s harmonious singing of the track’s profoundly rich lyrics. Overall, LUNDØN’s hard-hitting dance music production elements act as a great addition to the pop-rock sensibilities Loveless is so well-known for, in turn crafting the perfect sonic marriage between dance music and indie rock.

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