-Burke Thomas, Pris
Brushstrokes of melody mix with emotional lyrics and intense guitars to paint the audio canvas that comprises one of Seattle's most engaging bands-Luna Park. Delivering more than simply music, their sound holds a mirror to the listener asking them to look for the relevance in all they are.
With the release of "Excuses to Save the day", the band shows promise as they grow and evolve in their work. Songs like, "Won't Be Denied" and "Scarlet Mask" are proclamations of their determination to succeed on their own terms, reaching the substance of what it truly means to be artists. Their line-up provides intelligent songwriting, blending male and female vocals, delicate and decisive guitars and hypnotizing bass and percussion combinations. Their sound and formidable live performances bridge many of the gaps left in contemporary rock music.
At the striking of the first chord, audiences are frequently moved to their feet, taking enthusiastic pleasure in how strongly Luna Park's music seems to resonate with them. As artists, there could be no greater compliment. They are a band who's passion and devotion are indeed requited equally by fans old and new. A unique and compelling entity who's vivid music is best consumed in real time, Luna Park is simply not to be missed.