Further proof of the wealth of musical talent emanating from outside of the M25, Eddy Luna is a gifted singer-songwriter matching raw, introspective lyrics about relationships and mental health with neo-soul and jazz-indebted production. Hailing from Dudley in the West Midlands, the 25-year-old draws from all corners and eras of music to form something completely unique and compelling.
Music runs through the veins of the Black Country artist; her whole family is musical. “My mum would always get me involved in church singing and my dad was a DJ so I was just surrounded by a mix of rare groove, lovers rock, reggae, dancehall, and jazz. I’m glad I had that combination.” Blessed with the same open-minded, curious nature, her own sound mirrors this – a cross-pollination of influences and styles, blending everything from the lush instrumentation of Flower Boy-era Tyler, the Creator, to the accomplished musicality of Hiatus Kaiyote.