Dance ban has Queensland artist Dee Lunar reflecting on the primal need to move to the music in new single Feel The Beat It’s universal, it’s primal and it’s in all of us no matter what culture or creed, when we hear the beat it’s like an unconscious calling to move our bodies. When North Queensland artist Dee Lunar first heard about the dance ban in her home state, she took to pen and guitar in her home studio to write and record Feel The Beat , to pay homage to that universal human need to dance and embrace music. Sonically Feel The Beat has a darkness about it, it’s melodic and reflects Dee’s Alt rock and 90’s musical influences with drummer Joel clement bringing it home with his punchy and at times disco groove taking us on a journey and giving us yearning for a normal world where we can put our dancing shoes on and hit the festivals, mosh pits and dance floors again.

Dee Lunar

Dee writes and records alternative indie rock music in her home studio in Cairns, Australia .

Wild abandonment  manifests itself in her music as a raucous cacophony of sound that is equally as beautiful as it is rough around the edges. It’s perfection in imperfection, echoing the rawness of indie and alt rock bands of a generation gone by.

Dee has teamed up with drummer Joel Clement to create some music magic 


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Introducing Joel Clement on drums

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