This week, self-proclaimed “Echo Park Pop” artist Luna Shadows unveiled her cover of Brand New’s “Jesus Christ” via Billboard, but we’re still swooning over her most recent original release, “Tokyo”. Lightweight – with that synth tinge to it that we have come to expect from Luna Shadows, with instrumental layers that have obvious Japanese pop influence. As she sings about springtime in her crystal clear, light as a feather voice, we imagine we are in a garden, surrounded by cherry blossom trees as their blossoms break off in the light breeze and fall around us.
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