Luna Keller will make you feel the sand below your feet and the wind in your hair by the end of Woman in the Van. She must be a sorcerer of sorts. As she is clearly able to wield her banjo wand and for us to be off on a journey. This rare forest nymph gifted the world with her latest release and it is filled with rich imagery and minimal instrumental. Luna’s delicate banjo strumming, paired with her haunting vocals, creates an earthy soundscape.
I’m assuming you’ve hit play by now to know what it is I mean by excellent contemporary folk-pop music. She moves gracefully with her storytelling, creating a rich tapestry to storyboard off of. The minimal instrumentals create an intimate setting while also creating an individual experience. The vivid imagery of the free woman roaming around the world in a van coupled with Luna’s bouncy vocals, feels like Luna wants you to know that she hugs your free spirit. The song frolics and thrives as it is treated with the utmost care during production.
A series that gives off the same energy as the song is Derry Girls. This series particularly has a special place in most people’s hearts. With its authentic and unfiltered energy of young women trying to figure out the world mostly together. Woman In The Van would be the perfect song for Orla as she does anything. This beautifully crafted number by Luna Keller is a clear indicator that Luna has a long and flourishing journey in the music industry. Her refreshing writing and vocal have already garnered a wide and huge audience. Click on the links below to find more such gems by Luna.