Lunavela Shares New Album ‘Imposter Syndrome’ + Video ‘Next Of Kin’

Previous frontman of Collapsing Metropolitan areas, Tāmaki Makaurau songwriter Steve Mathieson has unveiled the official debut album from his prolonged-simmering solo task Lunavela. Absolutely stacked with guitar-pop hooks and relatable, shut to the bone lyrical observations on every day everyday living in the super metropolis, Imposter Syndrome consists of previously unveiled student radio faves ‘Six​-​out​-​of​-​ten Friend’, ‘Pandering Meandering’, ‘You know who you are, you know how I feel’ and ‘People That You Know’, rounded out with 4 fresh ear worms. Main the history with instrumental ‘Screen Addicted Braindead Sociopath’, standouts involve ‘Up coming Of Kin‘, an insta-catchy anthem sounding someway as huge and unhappy as a Lil Peep traditional (sans 808 drums) nevertheless inimitably Mathieson in intent and execution. Just take in director Tristan Ogden‘s reasonably about suburban visuals for ‘Next Of Kin’ [content warning: self-harm, suicide], hit participate in on the album stream below and go give Lunavela a superior 5 this Saturday at The Wine Cellar…



‘Imposter Syndrome’ is out now on main streaming solutions.

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