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[FREE MP3] Lune "Let Go" (Neon Revamp)


The Swedish dance pop goodness just keeps piling up today. Check out the Neon Revamp version of Lune's "Let Go" that is currently featured in a Swedish jeans commercial. Lune is an exciting new talent who was discovered and signed by Swedish House Mafia's Sebastian Ingrosso. He introduced her to his pals Tiesto and Adrian Lux who have both collaborated with the Swedish songstress. In fact, Lune is featured on Lux's hit tracks "Teenage Crime" and "Fire." You may also have heard her track "Private Admission" that was featured in Take One, a documentary about Swedish House Mafia. 

Lune is the brainchild of Linnéa Martinsson who established Lune as a special project that gives her the creative freedom to "combine different art forms with the ambition to reach out and communicate with people," she explains on her web site. "I like to see it as an art project that evolves depending on who takes part in it."

"Let Go" (which was originally produced by Adrian Lux and Carl-Michael Herlöfsson) gives us a taste of Lune's eclectic sound that mashes up pop, dance and her idiosyncratic performance. At times reminiscent of Bjork, Lune's intensely emotive vocals contrasts nicely with the sleek and stark qualities of the song's dancefloor-oriented production. The track instantly kicks into gear with a racing, bass-driven groove that leads from a haunting verse into a wildly splashy chorus that soars high into the sky and adds a whole new hypnotic dimension to Lune's mesmerizing delivery. Highly recommended. (Download MP3)

April 6, 2012 | Permalink