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GET TO KNOW: EDDY LUNA

Introducing a West Midlands talent with gifts that transform emotive, raw moments into melodic rhythms; anyone can find refuge in. Eddy Luna is a name you should look out for, as a worthy contender of the UK Neo-Soul, Jazzy sound.

Music is clearly the root of Eddy Luna’s identity. The young artist’s parents exposed them to church singing, a mix of rare groove, lovers rock, reggae, dancehall, and jazz left her exposed to multiple sounds, developing her musical curiosity and openness to her own artistry. Influenced by the greats, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and even Skunk Anansie, explains the richness detected within Eddy’s honeycomb tones. Depicting their artistry, as well as their biographies, provided the Dudley-born phenomenon necessary tools to master her own penmanship. During her conversation with us, there was one unexpected influence Eddy wanted to give her flowers to.

“I’ll draw inspiration from anywhere really, but the most influential person when it comes to my writing was Darwin Deez (?),” she told us.

“I was writing things that were way too deep, almost. Then I listened to Darwin Deez and realised he wrote everything in metaphors and I didn’t think to combine [song] writing and poetry together. Since hearing his music I feel like my writing has changed for the better, forever.”

“When I write, I FEEL what the music could be while it’s produced.”
— EDDY LUNA

Mastering her craft is evidently proven to be the recipe to Eddy’s current rise to stardom. Delving into the realm of mental health and being true to self shines through in her music.

“The message I would want to get out is that bottling things up is never the answer. The best things are always on the other side of fear; I say that every day when I wake up. That’s the biggest thing I’ve learned during this whole thing.”

Eddy Luna’s refreshing take on exploring multiple genres is one that’s exciting and beckons listeners to predict her next possible move. Experimentation is something she adores when discovering new music herself and believes the crossover of different genres will be the new norm.

“I can see a lot more people starting to experiment with multiple genres in a song. It’s a thing I personally love when I discover an artist… I’m always just blown away. I hope it’s more of a thing.”

When asked the fundamental element of making the perfect song, the answer revealed was so simple.

“The key element to writing a good song is taking in the world around me. For the songs I write I would just go outside and look at something. The first thing I look at, I’ll write about it,” she told us.

“When you look at something, and you decide what its backstory is, or where that person has been that day; and you just make it something. That’s very special.”

Eddy recently released two new singles, ‘Falling’ and ‘Favourite Song’, invoking brightness and warmth for these cool winter months. The double release spotlights Eddy Luna’s velvet, soft vocals, aligning with compelling lyrics that drive forward real depth.

Sweet serenades perfectly describe the essence of her vocal style, paired with her impressive song writing. To witness it at the very beginning of her career suggests new opportunities and new music in the New Year.

Get to know Eddy Luna.

CREDITS:

Production Company - We Are Soul
Directed and Filmed by - Jedidah M.
Produced by - Isabella Sancinelli
Edited by - Afra Bailey
Photographed by - Melody Berkery
Written by - Esi Mongo

Thanks to Sony Music and Columbia Records.

GET TO KNOW: EDDY LUNA

Introducing a West Midlands talent with gifts that transform emotive, raw moments into melodic rhythms; anyone can find refuge in. Eddy Luna is a name you should look out for, as a worthy contender of the UK Neo-Soul, Jazzy sound.

Music is clearly the root of Eddy Luna’s identity. The young artist’s parents exposed them to church singing, a mix of rare groove, lovers rock, reggae, dancehall, and jazz left her exposed to multiple sounds, developing her musical curiosity and openness to her own artistry. Influenced by the greats, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and even Skunk Anansie, explains the richness detected within Eddy’s honeycomb tones. Depicting their artistry, as well as their biographies, provided the Dudley-born phenomenon necessary tools to master her own penmanship. During her conversation with us, there was one unexpected influence Eddy wanted to give her flowers to.

“I’ll draw inspiration from anywhere really, but the most influential person when it comes to my writing was Darwin Deez (?),” she told us.

“I was writing things that were way too deep, almost. Then I listened to Darwin Deez and realised he wrote everything in metaphors and I didn’t think to combine [song] writing and poetry together. Since hearing his music I feel like my writing has changed for the better, forever.”

“When I write, I FEEL what the music could be while it’s produced.”
— EDDY LUNA

Mastering her craft is evidently proven to be the recipe to Eddy’s current rise to stardom. Delving into the realm of mental health and being true to self shines through in her music.

“The message I would want to get out is that bottling things up is never the answer. The best things are always on the other side of fear; I say that every day when I wake up. That’s the biggest thing I’ve learned during this whole thing.”

Eddy Luna’s refreshing take on exploring multiple genres is one that’s exciting and beckons listeners to predict her next possible move. Experimentation is something she adores when discovering new music herself and believes the crossover of different genres will be the new norm.

“I can see a lot more people starting to experiment with multiple genres in a song. It’s a thing I personally love when I discover an artist… I’m always just blown away. I hope it’s more of a thing.”

When asked the fundamental element of making the perfect song, the answer revealed was so simple.

“The key element to writing a good song is taking in the world around me. For the songs I write I would just go outside and look at something. The first thing I look at, I’ll write about it,” she told us.

“When you look at something, and you decide what its backstory is, or where that person has been that day; and you just make it something. That’s very special.”

Eddy recently released two new singles, ‘Falling’ and ‘Favourite Song’, invoking brightness and warmth for these cool winter months. The double release spotlights Eddy Luna’s velvet, soft vocals, aligning with compelling lyrics that drive forward real depth.

Sweet serenades perfectly describe the essence of her vocal style, paired with her impressive song writing. To witness it at the very beginning of her career suggests new opportunities and new music in the New Year.

Get to know Eddy Luna.

CREDITS:

Production Company - We Are Soul
Directed and Filmed by - Jedidah M.
Produced by - Isabella Sancinelli
Edited by - Afra Bailey
Photographed by - Melody Berkery
Written by - Esi Mongo

Thanks to Sony Music and Columbia Records.