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Check Out Luna Aura's Music Video for "Dancing with Your Ghost" From Supernova EP

Valley pop singer Luna Aura released the playful new clip for her single "Dancing with Your Ghost" today, a jovial romp filmed at a local skating rink whose storyline follows a nerdy, sweet guy who crushes on a popular girl, played by the singer. The song was inspired by the tragic death of the 22-year-old singer's younger brother in an accident this year, but the singer says she wanted to pay tribute with a song he would have loved to dance to, not a mournful ballad.

The single is her first off her sophomore EP, Supernova, a five-song collection of tracks promoting self-empowerment and positivity. The singer celebrates this month's release of the EP with a show Saturday, August 29, at LiveWire in Scottsdale, where she'll be playing all the songs off her new release, tracks off her debut self-titled EP, plus a few new songs and covers.

Hear from Luna Aura herself in the video below.

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