“Bella Lune paint cinematic dreamscapes, combining celestial vocals with driving drums, aerial synths, and fanciful violin. – Phoenix New Times”
Current Band Members:
Fuchsia – http://bellalune.net/fuchsia
Beeka – http://bellalune.net/beeka
Abstracted Visions. Released: 10/31/2007. Label: Aetheria Music.
Synesthesia. Released: 07/24/2010. Label: Aetheria Music.
Ophelia Maxi-Single. Released: 10/06/2011. Label: Aetheria Music.
Secrets. Released: 04/06/2013. Label: Aetheria Music
Tranzendance. Released: 01/31/2015. Label: Aetheria Music
Bella Lune is an electronic/darkwave/dreampop band that was formed in 2007 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. The band incorporates elements of electronic, darkwave, post-punk, indie, synthpop, drum n bass, shoegaze, and ethereal music to create a dreamlike trance throughout their sound.
Their debut album ‘Abstracted Visions’ was written and produced by Fuchsia & Kal3id between 2006-2007. The first album was officially released in 2008 when Hurley joined, and they became a live band. Violinist, Beeka, joined in 2009. Shortly thereafter, Bella Lune toured through California & Japan in 2010. They also released their second full length album ‘Synesthesia’ in 2010, which was followed by the 9 track Ophelia Maxi-Single in 2011. Bella Lune toured through Europe in 2012, and headlined the Bram Stoker Film Festival in Whitby, England. In 2013, Bella Lune released their third album ‘Secrets’, which was the last album featuring guitarist and producer Kal3id. In 2015 Bella Lune released their fourth full length album ‘Tranzendance’, with the help of Mike Jenney on percussion. Bella Lune has released five music videos to date. They have been on several compilation CDs including Side-Line magazine’s Face The Beat Vol. 1 and 2, Gothic Magazine Compilation 54, Lunar Sea, E Ditoria, Zoundbies, Deathmass VII. They donate their talents and energy to charities including Childhelp, Locks Of Love, Halo Animal Rescue, Music and Memory and more.
BELLA LUNE BIOGRAPHY by year.
Bands/Artists/Performers/DJs Bella Lune has shared the stage with:
Peter Murphy (of Bauhaus), Ohgr (of Skinny Puppy), Nitzer Ebb, Covenant, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, Icon Of Coil, The Cruxshadows, Ayria, Voltaire, Dope Stars Inc., Stripmall Architecture (Halou), Bella Morte, Julien-K, Ego Likeness, Regenerator, Chant, Lycia, Audra, Seileen, Rankor, DJ Sisen, Rose Noire, I:Scintilla, MuniMuni, 101A, Emmuree, The Alacrity, Jeremiah Saint, Versailles, Unwoman, Masumi Max, and many more.
Bella Lune has performed live in the following countries:
United States, Japan, England, The Netherlands and Germany.
Bella Lune has been published, reviewed or played on the radio in the following countries:
Japan, England, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Canada, Poland, Finland, France, Portugal, Czech Republic, Italy, Australia, Peru, Argentina, Sweden, Slovenia, Turkey, Romania, Scotland, Brazil, Russia and throughout the United States.
Bella Lune Radio Airplay, Reviews, Interviews & Press can be found at:
Side-Line Magazine, ReGen Magazine, Cyber Angels, CKCU-FM Pure Radio Kaos, WFKU Radio New York, Giuseppina Magazine, Phoenix New Times, Music To Die For Book by Mick Mercer, LA Weekly, SF Weekly, East Bay Express, Musicfolio.com, Reflections Of Darkness, Grave Concerns, Gootti, Predilection AZ, Dark Planet/Dark Independent, Indie For Life, Japan Dark Navi, Bloodline 242′s Favorite Bloody Music, Fetish Falls, Torture Couture, Shinto Radio, Strangeways Radio, Club Sanctum, Club Shadowplay, Club Tranzylvania, Gothic Paradise Radio, Darkroom Magazine, Auralgasms, Obskure, Gothtronic, AZ Central, Subculture Shock Radio, The Requiem, Connexion Bizarre, Black Veil Club, Batcave Redemption Radio, Club Walpurgis, Get Out AZ, Metromix, Coma-Online Magazine, Carpe Nocturne, Sanctuary, Dark Wave Radio Wave, Eventful, Soft Synth, Gloomy Bands, The Fashionate Traveller, Nocturne UK, Tramp Shack, My Beloved Darkness, Sociedad Gotica, Electro Gothx, Steelberry Clones, Midnight Mess, AZ Fetish Ball, Dark and Gothic Lolita, TheDSide.it, Synaptik Beat Radio, Needful Things Radio, Midnight Mass Radio, Paradise Lost Radio, Ominous Refrains Radio, Radio Dark Wave, Gothic News, Dark Grave, Black Vector Magazine, Twin Cities Underground, Lux Noctis, Night News, Dark Vision Of Electronic, Scoop News, Peek-A-Boo Music Magazine, Ars Moriendi Radio, Halcyon Waves Radio, Transmission Lima radio, Bloodlit Radio, and more.