Lune (translated as ‘moon’ in French) is a music project fronted by Linnéa Martinsson. Rooted in the dance and performance world she started young, writing simple songs with two chords and simple, direct lyrics. Her sound ripened when creating music with Adrian Lux and Carl-Michael Herlöfsson, which resulted in movielike pop-melodies and lyrics about art, fighting, sport, love and sex. Soon Linnéa understood that she wanted ‘Lune’ to be more than a classic music-collaboration. With influences from many different arenas, Linnéa gets her inspiration from outdoor life as well as nightclubs and prefers to hang out in a crowd – she knew that she didn’t want to be a solo-show. More creative people got involved in the project along the road and Lune expands and shrinks with what’s needed for every project. The common thread of Lune is definitely Linnéa’s unique ethereal voice, but the music can sound (and look) different from time to time, depending on if you listen to it on the radio, watch at a music video or experience it live. “Music & Sports” was Lune’s debut album, which was recorded during a couple intense autumn months in a vicarage on the Swedish isle Gotland. Mixed by Carl-Michael Herlöfsson, Legendary Mike Marsh, who has worked with everyone from Massive Attack to Depeche Mode, mastered the album. Lune has also collaborated with musicians and producers Alexis Weak, Sebastian Ingrosso, Tiesto, and Adrian Lux for which she delivered vocals on ‘Teenage Crime’ and co-wrote single ‘Fire’. Leave The World Behind is Lune’s haunting reinterpretation of Swedish House Mafia’s 2009 hit. Delivering the sound from the Balearic Isles to the Norwegian fjords is a feat Lune achieves perfectly.