Quick round-up of the first half of Luna’s reunion tour of Spain

Well, I’m all packed and ready to head off to Portugal in the morning so before I go I’ll throw together a quick and dirty round-up of the first part of Luna’s reunion tour.

17th April 2015: Luna – Gijon Sound Festival, Gijon

Luna playing Pup Tent


18th April 2015: Luna – Escenario Santander, Santander

Night 2. #lunareunion

19th April 2015: Luna – Teatre de Lloseta, Lloseta, Mallorca


20th April 2015: Luna – Teatro Lara, Madrid

Luna live...

21st April 2015: Luna – Teatro Lara, Madrid

Luna! Post-show last night in Madrid

A photo posted by Luna (@luna_nyc) on


22nd April 2015: Luna – La Cambra, Valencia


23rd April 2015: Luna – Bikini, Barcelona


Luna reunion tonight #lunareunion

This evening in Los Angeles Luna will play their first concert in 10 years. The last line up of the band featuring Dean Wareham, Sean Eden, Lee Wall and Britta Phillips are playing a show at The Echo before heading off for a tour of Spain and Portugal.

The band also have shows scheduled in the UK in the summer and will be playing the US in the autumn.

If you’re lucky enough to be going along tonight feel free to post tweets, pictures and videos so that we can all enjoy the show by proxy! 


Dean & Britta talk Luna on the Little Squares podcast

Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips are guests for a lengthy interview on episode 6 of The Little Squares Culture Crush podcast – covering the Luna reunion, the state of the music industry, social media and the tightness of trousers.


Monday morning with @deanwareham and the lovely @britta_phillips to record @thelittlesquares #culturecrush podcast and talk all things LUNA tour on Instagram

Damon and Naomi play Fortune at Rough Trade East

Naomi Yang

On Thursday I took the day off work to see Damon and Naomi’s lunchtime show at Rough Trade East in London, this was the third and final show of a short UK tour. The shows are in support of their new album Fortune, which was released in February and is the soundtrack to Naomi’s short film of the same name that received its premiere on their last UK tour back in May of last year.

We arrived shortly before the start, the small area in front of the stage had filled up quite nicely by the time the duo took to the stage. They opened with a couple of covers – Tim Buckley’s Song to the Siren and Yoko Ono’s Listen The Snow is Falling. Damon then introduced the main event – a performance of Fortune – Damon pointed out that the fact that the album is the same length as Pink Moon is no coincidence, and so were to be treated to eleven tracks and 28’22” of music.

The film is hypnotic, almost a collection of moving photographs with a story that Damon suggested we may need to build ourselves. The album is beautiful, and works perfectly well without the film, but seeing it accompanying the pictures is certainly special – although maybe standing at the back of a record shop isn’t the perfect venue – although it worked better than you might think.

The film finished, the show was over. A nice chat with Naomi afterwards and then headed out into daylight to grab a coffee.

You can view the film on Naomivision.
You can buy the album on CD or LP from Damon and Naomi’s web store.
You can stream and buy a digital copy of Fortune from Damon and Naomi’s bandcamp.

Damon Krukowski

There a few more, rather similar, photos over here.