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The Lunar Keys MANIAC


Electronic-rock tones and catchy riffs bring to light emotionally-rooted reflections on gaslighting – the wickedness of psychological cruelty in the face of honesty and vulnerability – Guildford four-piece The Lunar Keys deliver a stellar performance, for their intensely memorable single MANIAC.

Nostalgic guitars and Brit-rock vocals meet with the electro-rock stylings of the contemporary era for this one – a dash of Foreigner, a hint of Oasis, a whisper of Will and The People – ultimately gifting a sense of timeless anthemic rock, alongside a modern contemplation that’s increasingly familiar.

The opening moments depict one style, the closing moments another – this chorus of voices and instruments united in the dramatic, theatrical peak of that repeating title.

Suddenly the song becomes it’s own beast, laying bare a whole new side to the thoughtful and musically uninhibited approach of indie rockers The Lunar Keys.

As per the band’s traditional charitable release process, their newest track will bring support for The Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford. Guitarist Steve recently underwent an operation there, and the hospital’s level of care and consideration was second to none. As such, Maniac pledges to celebrate their commitment and kindness – donating £1 for each of the first 250 publications, reviews or instances of radio play that the song receives.

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Rebecca Cullen

Founder & Editor

Founder, Editor, Musician & MA Songwriter

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