Singaporean alt-rock band Lunarin have dropped their new song ‘Invisible’ and revealed the release date for their upcoming EP ‘Songs of Love Lost & Isolation’.
The single, which was released on Spotify, Apple Music and Bandcamp on December 7, mixes elements of rock and electronica. The trio first teased the song in an Instagram video back in March.
‘Invisible’ is part of their four-track ‘Songs of Love Lost & Isolation’ EP, which will be out on January 4, 2021 – in time for the 15th anniversary of their debut album ‘The Chrysalis’. Pre-orders are now open on their Bandcamp page.
On the new single, bassist/vocalist Linda Ong sings fro the point of view of a mysterious, unseen force – which she characterises as a “virus” in the very first line. Listen to ‘Invisible’ below.
This is Lunarin’s first release since their 2018 EP titled ‘Into the Ether’, which included songs like ‘Rage’ and ‘Bruises’. The songs were written during the band’s five-year hiatus which began when Ong became pregnant in 2012.
Last year, Lunarin played their first live show in eight years at the Esplanade Annexe Studio in Singapore to celebrate the launch of ‘Into the Ether’.
The band have also released two other full-lengths, 2010’s ‘Duae’ and their 2006 debut ‘The Chrysalis’.