Thursday, 20 April 2017

Luna Rosa

Image may contain: 4 people, people standingRalph's been looking at all the bands and artistes playing at this year's Blackthorn Festival in July and featured them all in one big blog, but there's a few which we'll be taking a closer look at over the next few weeks.

One such band is Luna Rosa who hail from Corby in Northampton-shire and they profess to...

"bringing a raucous sound that the music industry has been missing for far too long. Big beats to shake your cranium, groovy rhythms, Guitars that scream and wail like a banshee. Walls of sound that force the people to move, all laced with anthemic lyrics."

No automatic alt text available.Formed in 2014 Luna Rosa have played up and down the UK racking up over 200 gigs in just over two years, including headline and festival slots. Their live shows are brash, exciting and raucous, grabbing the crowd from the off and not letting them go.

The release of the first Luna Rosa E.P in Nov 2015 brought an array of reviews, sessions and much bigger gigs. In 2016 the single from the E.P This One (High On The Groove) was played on over 50 nationwide radio stations, including BBC Introducing and BBC 6. and Ralph's Radio KC Indie Show.

The next single by Luna Rosa is due to be released in May, followed by a tour and the aforementioned appearance at Blackthorn Festival. Looks like this is going to be a massive year for Luna Rosa with their fan-base getting bigger; as are the gigs, making them a band not to be missed.

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