Ambience and emotion
Jessie Atkinson
11:41 25th September 2020

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Dream-pop meets house on the brand new cut from London duo Luna Pines. Ambient and emotional, 'She Can't See Me' is a mind bath that will beguile fans of chill house as much as it will fans of The Japanese House and The 1975. 

The beat is pure dance, but the core of Luna Pines' new offering shares DNA with last year's break-out debut from The Japanese House and threads of I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it. 

Then there's the relatable lyrics...give it a listen for some much-needed Friday melting:

‘‘I wrote ‘She Can’t See Me with my pal...just after I moved to London and things were very overwhelming for me. I think it’s so easy to feel left behind in this city, and that’s kind of what the song became about," band member Lotte van den Berg.


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