Gas Mask Magazine

Lune: “Where Do Love Go”

By: Emma Kopelowicz
July 14, 2020

This is Lune’s world and we’re just learning how to live in it. The experimental musical artist Lune takes a step back to observe the everyday in her introspective new track called “Where Do Love Go.”

Hailing from the Swedish island of Gotland, the artist grew up surrounded by the woods and the Northern lights. Lune uses her music as a vehicle to demonstrate just how interconnected we are with nature and each other. “There’s a million stars in the darkest days/Let’s do like them/Let’s be who we are,” Lune’s angelic vocals swell in the bridge. The bright and bold melody of this track is full of dazzling synths and a catchy beat that will certainly get your body moving. 

Lune’s sound feels fresh yet familiar like a friend you meet and instantly get along with. Her lyrics tap into rich emotions and deeper questions about the larger picture. “Where do love go,” is a mix of hard and soft elements that combine to form a cohesive ballad. It’s a song that pulls you into thinking about the complexities of life and then instantly pulls you back out to see the bigger picture: “Such a small, small thing if you look from above/But it’s all you see when you bleeding in love.” If you’re looking for some words of wisdom, look no further than the stars where you’ll find Lune shining bright. 

Stream the track below, and be sure to tell us what you think on social media at: @gasmaskmagazine. Feel free to connect with our writer as well: @emkopel!

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