With the release of their shimmering debut EP For Lovers Only, Luna Luna combined the innocence of teenage love with dreamy retro synthpop and gave us slow-burning indie pop hits like “80s Tune” and “For You.” The record cemented them as a crew of hopeless romantics, playing house parties across Texas and building a fan base eager to turn up, swoon, and slow dance. Luna Luna is no doubt one of the buzziest acts in Dallas today with an undoubtedly bright future and with ambitions to get back in the studio and tour both coasts. It seems their delightful sweetheart jams will remain the soundtrack of homecoming dances for years to come. Drawing inspiration from Mac DeMarco to Random Access Memories, Luna Luna is back with their latest, “Golden.” The Dallas, TX based four-piece have bested the local climate, bending the scorching Texas sun to their will across emotion-drenched, euphoric throwback synthpop grooves. “Golden” is just the latest taste of the sort of boundless glee and abandon found on their 2019 Carousel EP, a delectable trot through their breezy, perilously infectious world. There’s simply no denying what’s at play here: a perfect summer risk worth taking. It’s no wonder so many have begun to take notice.