West-London group The Age of L.U.N.A drop the title track from forthcoming EP COCO, slated for release 12th May 2017
‘Coco’ speaks volumes on the young group’s talent as rappers Butch, Arkas and Kyote Noir find themselves in a reflective mood spitting on paths trodden and roads crossed, their bars woven between Daniella’s hypnotic honey-laced hook; all set to a groove-laden, NKOK-produced beat.
Setting media alight with their quest to forge musicality and consciousness back into mainstream rap, The Age of L.U.N.A have received support and praise from the likes of The Guardian, NOTION, DAZED, HUCK and Noisey.
Following a 2016 that saw L.U.N.A hone their captivating live set; performing an exclusive set for BBC 2 at Glastonbury Festival, supporting Anderson Paak at Obonjan and touring with Kiko Bun across the UK, L.U.N.A. launch into 2017 with a string of festival announcements.
“L.U.N.A have been focusing on bringing some groove back to hip hop, ignoring trap snares and garage beats in favour of RnB-laced hooks and dexterous lyricism” – NOTION.
“Standing above hashtag themed rap to create something more wholesome than a forgettable hook” – Noisey.
CATCH AGE OF L.U.N.A LIVE:
April 29th – Leeds – Live @ Leeds
May 19th – Brighton – The Great Escape
July 8th – London – Wireless
July 23rd – Sheffield – Tramlines Festival
August 6th – Charlbury – Wilderness Festival