Luna Li Set The Perfect MidAfternoon Mood At Head In The Clouds
LOS ANGELES, CA-
“… The first act to take the 88rising main stage was the Canadian singer/multi-instrumentalist Luna Li (nee Hannah Kim). This Korean-Canadian brought the perfect mood for a sunny, midafternoon performance. Her music felt so effortless and grounded in the present. I was already familiar with her music and knew about her affinity to nature … but I’d be remiss if I didn’t use the cliche descriptor of “earthy” to describe her music. It was music that made me wish I could lounge on the festival lawn with a glass of wine, close my eyes, and potentially drift away into a midsummer (even though it’s technically winter) dream.
During her 30 minute performance, she also let her talent for several instruments (violin and guitar) shine as she took time during her set to feature instrumental solos, adding to more of that ethereal vibe. I hear that she’s also a classically trained harpist… I could only wonder what kind of spell she’d cast if she had busted out a harp solo (which she may have done towards the end of her set, but I had to make my way for the next scheduled act)…”