Following on from the success of their recent performance on the main stage at the Godiva Festival, Luna Kiss return to the Zephyr following their sold out show there last year.
Luna Kiss are a four piece alternative rock band from the UK, armed with a gripping combination of technical ability and dramatic flair.
Described by Prog Magazine as “building a sound as reminiscent of Pink Floyd as it is Florence & The Machine”, Luna Kiss combine mainstream hooks with progressive technicality, disregarding all musical boundaries.
Influences such as Manchester Orchestra, Mogwai, Oceansize, Queens of the Stone Age, Massive Attack, Jeff Buckley, Radiohead and Muse are exactly that – Luna Kiss write and perform their own music, according to their own rules.
“…they’re totally experimenting with music. It’s brilliant … It takes you on a magical journey, it’s got brilliant chorus lines, brilliant vocal work and loads of brilliant guitar playing” – (Alex Baker, Kerrang! Radio)
“Any band that disregards boundaries and thinks one step ahead deserves the attention of any self-respecting prog fan” – Classic Rock Magazine.
A four-piece indie-rock band with great songs and a great future. Featured regularly on their BBC local station and played on Kerrang and BBC Radio 1.
Formed in 2013, the lads are still only 20 years old but show amazing maturity in their writing and their performances. They’ve played venues up and down the country and have had a summer of Festival appearances, recently opening The Godiva Festival in their home-town of Coventry they have also featured at Wychwood Festival, headlined Coventry OxJam, TEDx, Motofest and performed in front of 30,000 rugby fans at the Ricoh Arena. They’ve just supported The Bluetones and are about to play in Copenhagen, their first gig outside of the UK.
Their creative fusion of indie and alternative rock fuel songs which are as catchy as they are melodically dramatic and lyrically insightful. Never creatively standing still, The Ellipsis persistently push and find evolution in their sound, resulting in tracks like the single ‘Wasted Potential Me’ with an equally dynamic video which has already won two national awards at The British Film Institute in London and their current single, ‘Cold Cactus’. The Ellipsis singles can be found on YouTube, iTunes and Spotify.