"In order for hope to live, you need to invest in the future": An interview with Lunarin

"In order for hope to live, you need to invest in the future": An interview with Lunarin

Bandwagon - Features·2019-01-02 18:59

This is the era of the multi-screen experience. Everything that doesn’t align with the accelerated demands of your eye can be clicked/swiped away from your consciousness and given an unceremonious burial at the most obscure depths of your Feed . That is the milieu into which Singaporean alternative metal band Lunarin ushers its new EP Into The Ether. Six years separates the three-song set from its preceding transmission but its makers have seen to it that it’s fully, bleedingly aware of the cacophonous tenor of times, of the fact that the world going up in flames isn’t just a metaphorical conceit but the prevailing reality. The inmates have control of the asylum and frontwoman-bassist Linda Ong, guitarist Ho Kah Wye and drummer Loo Eng Teck have emerged as our chorus of rage, indignation and hope.

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