Queensland’s The Updraft Imperative have released a new single entitled ‘Luna‘. Heavily inspired by the tales of child trafficking and sexual abuse that are shared across the globe, Luna delivers powerful lyrics and combined with a simple, yet powerful song structure – it really hits home.
The song is very reminiscent of early Radiohead and Marcy Playground which suits Josh Kerr’s vocals to a T. It’s a bit of a departure musically for the band, but one that works well – with Murray’s flawless chord development working seamlessly with Iain and Danny’s rhythm. It’s easy to see why the song has already garnered attention in the Hot 25 charts in Australia, and received a lot of overseas attention.
If this song moves you, then take a step out and become familiar with the work of Compassion and Destiny Rescue, two organisations who are dedicated to improving the lives of the impoverished around the world.
Luna is available on Spotify and iTunes: