Final yr, a mysterious new artist named LŪN emerged into the scene. This nameless artist definitely got here to play, dropping fiery midtempo bangers proper from the get-go.
A couple of months later, in an exclusive interview with EDM.com, LŪN revealed herself to be the famend electropop artist Lights. “I’ve let Lights unfold her wings out fairly large by way of genre-dabbling and a number of artistic shops and tasks and I’m pleased with that,” she mentioned on the time, including that LŪN “grew to become the vessel for me to free a aspect of my creativity that has been percolating all these years.”
In essence, LŪN is the polarity to Lights. And the alias permits her to broaden her manufacturing prowess and discover her darkish facet with out compromising the sunshine. Now, teaming up with electro-funk duo The Funk Hunters, LŪN has returned to drop “La Puta Ama,” roughly translating to “the f*cking boss bitch.”
Out now by way of Westwood Recordings, the only emanates an unassailably highly effective power. After an eerie introduction, we’re being drawn into an ominous soundscape with a warning: “Higher run, higher run.”
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The depth escalates with haunting chants earlier than the association builds to a driving bassline. The Funk Hunters’ manufacturing involves life right here, full with serrating synths that flatter LŪN’s patented “gothbounce” sound and command any dancefloor.
“LŪN is a critical boss, and that is precisely what ‘La Puta Ama’ is all about! Large boss power,” The Funk Hunters mentioned in an announcement. “It is darkish, it is banging, it is distinctive, it is every thing we hoped for in a collab with LŪN. We have been such followers of every thing she’s been releasing, so it actually seems like this one was meant to be.”
Take a hearken to the brand new observe under and discover it on streaming platforms here.