FRIDAY 15 FEBRUARY 2019 – OUT ON RADIOS, DIGITAL STORES, STREAMING SERVICES
Luminize are not sinless and they admit it – All-girl pop rock band Luminize returns with a powerful pop-rock anthem
There is nothing innocent about the new single of Luminize. The all-girl pop rock band has released a catchy new track with a powerful message everyone can silently agree with, but only a few of us are brave enough to say it out loud. “Innocent” is a song that urges us to rethink the moral perception of our behaviour: there is no black and white and nobody is innocent. One needs to be strong enough to acknowledge their dark side and Luminize did that and more. They embraced it open-handedly!
“A little bad is good and that’s my mood” reads the opening line of “Innocent”, and it’s something we can all identify with. Nobody wants to lead a life of an innocent angel. Making mistakes makes us human and thinking outside of the box makes us feel alive. And when you combine this message with lead singer Marcela’s determined, yet mesmerizing vocals, and energetic melody, you get an instant hit that’s destined to get stuck in one’s head.
“Innocent” is co-produced by Tom Martin, a British producer and songwriter living in Netherlands, where Luminize have also been living and creating music for the past five years. Martin has collaborated with the likes of David Guetta, Tiësto and Martin Garrix.
Past year has brought quite some amazing milestones for a 4-member band Luminize. They did a tour with world-famous Dutch band Golden Earring as a support act, and participated in The Voice of Holland, showing their versatility and gaining masses of new fans across the Netherlands. “Innocent” is a successor to their previous single “Follow You”, smooth ballad in which Luminize showed their emotional side and embraced their vulnerability. With their dedication and determination, Luminize surely are a true embodiment of the evermore popular sentence: The future is female. We can’t wait to see what they will come up with next.
Luminize – ‘Innocent’