Inspired by the likes of The Japanese House, Tourist & Tycho, Luna Pines’ newest creation, She Can’t See Me, is a dream pop influenced House number that focuses on a stagnant state of not feeling good enough.

The London based duo have been slowly getting the attention of key tastemakers like BBC Introducing, Clash, Sofar Sounds and many more. The trio’s music has allowed them to support a range of acts including Art School Girlfriend, METHYL ETHEL and 65daysofstatic . They have recently had a lot of love from Spotify, having been added to Spotify curated playlists such as New Music Friday, Fresh Finds, Easy, Hot New Bands, Evening Indie, The Other List and many more. They have also just completed two sold out headlines in London and a sold out headline in their hometown last year.

On the track vocalist/guitarist and synth player Lotte said:

‘‘I wrote ‘She Can’t See Me with my pal Thomas Trueman (Dokkodo Sounds & Laminate Pet Animal) just after I moved to London and things were very overwhelming for me. I think it’s so easy to feel left behind in this city, and that’s kind of what the song became about. It’s a conversation to myself trying to explore all the relationships in my life and why I don’t feel good enough for so many people. It’s essentially me grappling with my self-worth, and the struggles I see normal people go through everyday.’’

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Leeds based self-produced duo Luna Pines showcase modern electronica and polished Dream Pop mixed with ambient sounds half-way between The Japanese House & Bon Iver. Having played sold out local support shows at prestigious venues like Belgrave Music Hall in Leeds, the duo create a nostalgic air of ambience and hazy dream pop. They have been playing a run of Sofar Sounds shows recently around the UK, as well as a series of support slots and headline shows in and around their hometown. They had a sold out London headline at The Social supporting their new single ‘Uneven’ in July, which has already gained attention from BBC Introducing, CLASH, Earmilk and Notion.

The band also produces and mixes all of their own material, making them even more of a force to be reckoned with inside of the brilliant and eclectic Leeds music scene. 



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