Artist Interview: “Oxygen Type ” by The Lunar Keys

Q: “Oxygen Type” has such an electrifying feeling from start to finish! Can you walk me through the creative process in making this track?

The Lunar Keys: The melody and the words for the verse came to us in the car driving to a Gig and we were shouting the guitar riff. We recorded that a phone and built the song from there – so the energy was there from the start.

Q: “Oxygen Type” is the first time you all came together as a band to record in the Big London Studio. Did playing together bring a whole different type of energy to the track?

The Lunar Keys: Its what we were missing . Rehearsals were kicking and demo’s were sounding sweet but all playing together in the studio is where the magic happened and no one can really explain its how we roll.

In your own words, how would you describe the music that you typically create?

The Lunar Keys: It kind of Anxiety on Cruise control. Psychological outpourings lamenting and celebrating life with Tight. Melodies crashing guitars and souring synths. Rock for the 2020’s

Q: I can feel the undeniable chemistry and energy that you all bring together as a band when you perform together. What did you enjoy most about making “Oxygen Type”?

The Lunar Keys: The final Master being delivered.. Ha no.. The best thing was the version we used was the first take in the studio which we thought was a warm up we just went for it.

Q: What do you hope listeners take from listening to “Oxygen Type”? I know for a fact it put me in a good mood!

The Lunar Keys: The feeling you get to impulsively launch into the night, on a high, bursting with total excitement at living every breath of a prospective night out to the maximum. Experiencing the little disturbia that chimes with i.

Q: What has been one of the highlights of your music career so far?

The Lunar Keys: Playing the festivals and Gigs in 2022 – Yes Live is where its at –

Q: What’s next for you guys?

The Lunar Keys: More Releases – More Gigs – More Exposure we are coming for ya – So Breathe in Breathe Out

Photo credits: James Clumspty

Interviewed by Melissa Cusano


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