Hear band’s sonic cross-section of Vespertine, Dummy, Dark Side of The Moon on “Black Carbon” single.
Una Lux (L-R): Matteo Liberatore, Chris Connors, Kelso Norris, Jake St. John.
Photo Credit: Kristina Williamson.
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“Amber-hued synth rock with a grandiose slo-mo attack.” – Brooklyn Vegan
“An altogether hypnotic listening experience.” – WNYC
“Caravaggio meets Portishead” – Entertainment Weekly
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A still from the set of the latest Una Lux music video “Somewhere,” coming soon. Photo by Yannick Bindert.
The “amber-hued synth rock” of NYC-based foursome Una Lux is back with the release of the band’s new single “Black Carbon,” premiered exclusively by music discovery website Pancakes and Whiskey, which noted that the song “demonstrates how versatile Una Lux can get and how true the alternative electro art rock resonates in their music.”
The song is the latest work from a band that, while new on the scene, is already being praised for its developed sound, recently called “altogether hypnotic” by New York’s NPR-affiliate WNYC, as well as its beautiful, dense, and seductive style.
Discovered by producer Nick Sansano (Sonic Youth, Le Tigre, Public Enemy), who began working with Una Lux in 2013, the group is currently finishing up work on a debut EP with Sansano while continuing to create new visuals at the same time. To that end, Una Lux is now wrapping production on the follow-up to its recent music video “Simon.”
The upcoming clip is for the Una Lux track “Somewhere,” which, according to Una Lux band member Kelso Norris, is a “surreal, contemporary homage to New York and the paradoxical loneliness that can only arise in such a populous place.”
The “Somewhere” video is anticipated to be ready for premiere in November. Members of Una Lux are available for interviews. Contact Josh Bloom at Fanatic for more information.
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