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Bella Lune Recompose "Underwater" for Up On The Sun

Though Local darkwave band Bella Lune is most associated with a Gothic vibe and synthtastic sound, this week, they put away the keyboards and drum kits and replace them with acoustic guitars and congas. Flexing their musical and stylistic prowess, the band performs a stripped down unplugged version of "Underwater" for Up On The Sun. Check out the band's unique take on the original electropop song and then catch up with the band in an exclusive interview after the jump.


"Underwater"

Interview

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