Anna Lunoe shakes things up on new single, Blaze of Glory

Anna Lunoe shakes things up on new single, Blaze of Glory

The LA-via-Sydney master-of-all-trades distances herself from her house roots for a notably more pop-centric single.

Over the past six years, LA-via-Sydney musician/DJ/radio-host/party-thrower Anna Lunoe has become one of house music's most respected names, showcasing her hard-hitting four-on-the-floor flavour with singles including All OutBreatheStomperRadioactive and most recently, Godzilla – which arrived through her own HYPERHOUSE label last year. After going on hiatus for much of 2017 (to you know, be a kick-ass mother and all that), Lunoe's had the opportunity to reinvent herself and her sound, wiping her slate clean and taking a bit of a different approach for her first single of 2018 – Blaze Of Glory.

As the host of Beats1 dance music show Hyperhouse, Anna Lunoe has essentially bathed in electronic music for much of the last few years, and on Blaze Of Glory, it feels like she's taken the best bits of dance music's future and mixed them with her production prowess to create something which is exciting and adventurous for her, while also still feeling like an Anna Lunoe song. For the most part, Blaze Of Glory points to a new direction for the musician, focusing around her bright vocals that shine above a warped, stabbing production that still has this party feel to it without being straight-up house music like her past work. As much as we love house music side of Anna Lunoe, this diversification of her sound is an incredibly smart move as dance music turns more pop-centric, and we can't wait to see her continue to branch out and explore her tastes as she continues to kill things in 2018 as one of electronic music's busiest (and most respected) members.

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