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Anna Lunoe Releases First Single on HYPERHOUSE label: ‘Godzilla’

Everyone's favorite Australian female house DJ, the illustrious Anna Lunoe, has blessed us once more with one of her own original tracks; Godzilla. The only exception is that this single is released on her new label, Hyperhouse, as the first single ever on the label.

Anna has placed herself at the center of attention all throughout 2017. So far she released a banging Diplo and Friends mix, played Holy Ship and Coachella (where she announced she is pregnant), announced her spring Godzilla tour, released a track with Sleepy Tom and one with Wuki and Valentino Khan, and announced she will be playing at The Greatest Day Ever and HSMF amongst other summer festivals. Which leads us to just this week when she released her detonating new Hyperhouse single, Godzilla. All this and it's not even May yet. Wowza.

The tracks starts of mysteriously with a heavy baseline and eerie sounding synths. Then Anna's beautiful vocals are introduced. The track drops with the title ‘Godzilla', and then a signature house beat is introduced. The beat is so catchy and rhythmic, theres nothing you can do but bounce your head and tap your feet. Almost reminiscent of an Oliver Heldens track, this single will surely blow up in the house scene for this upcoming summer festival season. The second drop is almost similar to a hardstlye beat, but we love it none the less. It's even more heavy and make us want to boogie even more. The third and final drop shows off Anna's trappy side, with a syncopated version of the melodic beat. All in all, definitely one of our favorite self-produced songs by Anna.

Like what you hear? Lucky for you Anna will be touring all over the US and Canada this spring and summer festival season. Check out her Godzilla tour and her socials to see if shes coming to a city near you. And be sure to listen to her weekly radio show; Hyperhouse, on Beats 1.


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