Luna Kiss have released several E.Ps to date including ‘Conjure and Sin’ (2013) and ‘Gravity’ (2015) but it is only in 2018 that the Coventry quartet’s extraordinary, amorphous vision has truly come into sharp focus. With influences taken from all over the musical spectrum, Luna Kiss exhibit an admirably stoic refusal to be pinned down to one genre. The bands debut album ‘Following Shadows’, due out 2019, was recorded with esteemed producer John Mitchell (Enter Shikari/Architects) at the controls, and has pulled off the neat trick of being both highly distinctive, fresh and perfectly in tune with the ongoing resurgence of visionary rock music. From the melodic oomph of ‘You Are’ and ‘Hold On’, to the metallic harmonies of Following Shadows, every moment points to a band with a gleaming, limitless future. As the success of artful figures like Radiohead, Biffy Clyro and Muse increasingly confirms, there really is a big audience out there for rock music that dares to dream and refuses to be limited by expectation.