Best known for her take on Swedish House Mafia’s “Leave the World Behind”, Lune chanteuse Linnéa Martinsson builds her debut album Music & Sports around the melodic qualities of her vocals, which got her noticed for her collaborative work with EDM stars the likes of Tiësto and Adrian Lux. But even as Music & Sports puts the spotlight Martinsson’s ethereal voice, Lune’s electropop compositions have enough texture and energy to give her a solid foundation to work on. Premiering on PopMatters, Lune’s debut album Music & Sports comes out on 10 March, via Swedish House Mafia’s Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune label.
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