Dream wave duo Lunar Twin release new 'Night Tides' EP via Moon Sounds Records FOR FANS OF: Nick Cave, Mark Lanegan, David Sylvian, Massive Attack, Soulsavers, Washed Out, Talvin Singh LEAD TRACKS: Waves, Birds of Paradise, Coral Sea, Prayers of Smoke
The EP literally flows from beginning to end, taking listeners on a journey through lush downtempo, synth and chill wave, and ultimately to the ocean at night. Tracks ‘Waves’, ‘Coral Sea’ and ‘Blood Moon’ seamlessly blend indie electronica and tropical noir, while synth and chill-wave are at their best on ‘Prayers of Smoke’, ‘Birds of Paradise’, and ‘Night Tides’.
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Boudreau, vocalist and songwriter and also a Los Angeles native, currently resides in Hawaii, while multi-instrumentalist producer Chris Murphy lives in Salt Lake City. In recent years, he has shared the stage with numerous renowned artists, such as Grimes, Bonnie Prince Billy, and Peaches, through other projects he’s involved with.
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