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Lunarcode – 7 Questions & A New Heartbreak

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Lunarcode is a brand new band from Los Angeles, California. Born out of the pandemic, three friends came together to make music when each of their jobs were put on hold. On April 30, 2021 the band released the video to their debut single, “Heartbreak.” The powerful rocker is a story of dating in the 21st century. In the age of ghosting, some folks have found creative new ways to break hearts. The new single from Lunarcode tells that tale from the perspective of the ghosted.

“Heartbreak” opens with a brief guitar intro and soon kicks into an upbeat and percussive Rock groove. The energy continues unabated as the band dolls out some Arena Rock power. The track lives in a space somewhere between Hard Rock and Soulful Pop. It’s like Maroon 5, but with more Metal. Vocalist Vincenzo reaches stratospheric heights and packs plenty of soul. Guitarist Ronny shifts effortlessly from Metal to Pop and from Blues back to Rock. Drummer Jason is in lock step with the groove and also flexes plenty of flash. Avid film buffs, the band produced an excellent, dramatic boxing-themed video for the song starring and co-directed by Jessica Gillette.

Check out the video for “Heartbreak” below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Dive playlist. We had a chance to chart with Lunarcode about their new song, the project and the future. Read their answers to our 7 questions. And follow the links at the end to connect with the band. Get on their socials and get in the loop on everything this exciting new group has planned.

Lunarcode – Heartbreak

7 Questions with Lunarcode:

Where are you from?

We are based in Los Angeles. Vincenzo (singer) is from New Jersey, Ronny (Guitarist) is from Ecuador, and Jason (Drummer) is from Northern California.

How long have you been making music?

Since the pandemic, so about a year now.

Who are the musicians involved in your project?

Vincenzo Carubia (Singer) came from the acting world, he owns a theater in East Hollywood. Worked at his college’s radio station. Ronny Minuche (Guitarist) has been in a few different bands and was a touring musician in all different music genres and countries. Jason Booth (Drummer) Works in the film industry as a rigging electrician. He has been playing drums since he was in his junior high school’s band.

We currently don’t have a bass player. Ronny our guitarist takes care of the bass when tracking and we use fill ins when needed for shows.

Who are your biggest musical influences?

We have so many! To name a few it would be Muse, Nothing But Thieves, Queen, Dead Poet Society, Queens of the Stoneage, Royal Blood, Nothing More, K. Flay, Portugal the man… many more!

What is your greatest non-musical influence?

Probably film. We love stories and being able to show the stories our songs tell through our music videos. Our music video for our debut single “Heartbreak” has already won several awards. Our next video for our next single will be released in July and is on a whole nother level! We are very excited to share it with the world.

What inspired you to create this project?

We were born out of the pandemic. We as a band are all highly creative individuals and we all needed a way to stay inspired during the shutdown. All of us work jobs that were put on hold, so we had a lot of spare time on our hands to explore and get creative.

What are your plans for the future (musically)?

We already have 3 other songs recorded and lined up to be released for 2021. In June we are already heading back to the studio to record some more! By 2022 we plan on having our first tour to get out and share our music live.

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