Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Iris Lune - Triplets

Iris: The Greek messenger goddess, from sea to sky she links the gods to humankind.
Lune: Symbolizing the moon, the solitary source of light in the dark space.

Iris Lune initially began in Boston as the project of singer/songwriter Ella Joy Meir and guitarist/composer Asher Kurtz. As their exploration and experimentation of sounds transformed into serious songwriting, they recruited Aaron Liao and Angelo Spampinato to complete their roster, and relocated to Brooklyn.

Influenced by artist such as Radiohead, Björk and Bon Iver, Iris Lune’s music is pop without boundaries. A foray into the cross-pollination of electronic and acoustic, the band builds off of Meir’s roots in Middle Eastern and Israeli folk music to craft a sound that stretches into the surreal, drawing comparisons to acts like Hundred Waters.

Today the genre-bending four-piece have released their new single called "Triplets", which serves the follow-up to their first single, "Bring Me the Moon" that premiered last month on Pigeon & Planes and the second track to be lifted for their forthcoming debut EP due out later this year.

Listen to "Triplets" as well "Bring Me the Moon" below.

Premiere via The Line of Best Fit.

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