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BIOGRAPHY

A trip through the cold landscape in Iceland at the end of 2018 brought inspiration to the inseparable twin sisters Madelon and Danielle Bruinhof. The duo has been already active in indie music before DELUSIONALS, but the identity of the two as musicians fell right in place in the Scandinavian landscape, hence the northern-sounding band name which means "valuable" in Swedish. The twins are therefore inspired by northern acts such as Björk, Vök and pop artist Tove Lo. Their shared love for dark pop music forms the basis, where icy synth sounds and wide echoing guitars flowing through the music as a common thread.

In collaboration with producer Marg van Eenbergen (Ben Forte, Dési Ducrot, Cordon Rouge), LÖNA will release new singles throughout 2020, covering topics such as "slut shaming" and the representation of "LGBTQ" struggles.

LÖNA 2020

Behind the Songs

 

On February 8, 2019, the first single Stars Align was released, including a video clip recorded in the rugged landscape near Reykjavik. The second single called Lost in This Lie was released on June 20, 2019. This single is about a personal experience with anxiety and depression. The third single I Never Wanna See You Again was released on November 8, 2019, with an intriguing music video that was recorded in an old and abandoned theater. Latest single Terrified is an uptempo song which describes the fear of coming out. Freshly released Nirvana cover Heart-Shaped Box describes the earlier mentioned cold trip by its slow and dark sound.

 
 

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