Meet Brooklyn experimental pop outfit Iris Lune. A foray into the cross-pollination of electronic and acoustic, the band builds off of lead singer Ella Joy Meir's roots in Israeli folk music to craft a sound that stretch into the surreal. Iris Lune initially began as the project of singer/songwriter Ella when she met guitarist and composer Asher Kurtz in Boston. As their exploration and experimentation of sounds transformed into serious songwriting, they recruited Aaron Liao and Angelo Spampinato to complete their roster and relocated to Brooklyn where they now reside.
After releasing the first single "Sewing Skylines to Shores" from their forthcoming EP and passing a million cumulative Spotify streams, Iris Lune returns with another track off the EP called "Paper Mache." The track is about the struggle to love yourself, with the protagonist in the song choosing a 'paper mache' love that's "homemade, seemingly beautiful and strong, but actually very fragile and unstable," Joy explains. "Made of paper and water."
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