With such a subdued, mysterious voice whispering demands on a mix of a Persian folk tempo. Iris Lune’s Ella Joy Mier builds you up with her passionate, yet, powerful compelling voice. Their first single “Bring Me the Moon” starts on a sensitive ballad and make its way back with a deep bass and heavy drums on the beat.

With melodies tied into heartwarming lyrics, grown from inspirers such as Bon Iver and Radiohead, their combination of soft alternative, indie, with a hint of electronica, is just what’s been missing. With a soft similarity to a remarkable song “Big Jet Plane” by Angus and Julia Stone, they catch the listener’s heart and attention by they’re soft spoken lyrics that build up and take you back to a deeper feeling that can only come from within.

”Build me a house in the ocean, I’ll come every spring,” just the first line off this incredible opening single release for the quartet, as they continue to work on their introductory EP and upcoming shows in NY and Boston.