Luna Shadows delivers darkly dynamic new single “lowercase”

+ co-produced by Luna Shadows, Thom Powers (The Naked and Famous), Brad Hale (Now, Now)
Luna Shadows is thrilled to unveil "lowercase", her first release of 2019, and her first as a new signing of +1 Records.

Co-produced by Luna Shadows, Brad Hale of Now, Now and Thom Powers of The Naked and Famous, driving rhythm and uplifting melody are juxtaposed with dark lyrics about a power struggle in a relationship.

"Everyone has a person in their life that has the ability to devastate, quickly and effortlessly," she explains. "lowercase is a song about recognizing your power through awareness in a situation were you have been made to feel incredibly small by another. This takedown is detailed through a central metaphor, a reference to the millennial digital communication 'you break down to lowercase, the capitals you take for only you.' "

"lowercase" premiered on The Line of Best Fit, who noted, "the sweetness of Luna Shadows' vocal is occasionally warped out of shape, lending an Uncanny Valley sense to the track that pairs beautifully with its central metaphor. 

Luna Shadows is an artist, producer, songwriter, & multi-instrumentalist creating alternative pop with a dark melancholy and a California twist. She is completely DIY and oversees and executes the audio and visual for her projects from beginning to end. She loves juxtaposition & the concept of contrast applied musically & visually - dark and light subjects next to one another, generating a more dramatic interaction side by side. Her own new wave of sultry, melancholy alt-pop paired with the  single-handed execution of her creations from beginning to end, there’s no question that Luna Shadows is THE artist to watch in 2019.

She has achieved 35+ million streams to date, all without a label, and  her  YouTube channel surpassed 1 million streams + viral features, viral remixes, tastemaker uploads, which constitute over 15 million streams.
"Some of the most refreshingly soulful and haunting indie pop to come out this year" 
- Billboard 

"Colorful pop songs that are like love letters to Los Angeles"
- LA Weekly