MUNE are more than just your typical synth-based indie-rock band. In fact, they may be the scene’s deepest kept secret. With dark textures, floating melodies, and lush atmospheres, Toronto sextet Mune aim to release their first full-length album early in 2015, which will delve further into the clouds and shadows.
MUNE began recording the bed tracks for Falling Through in 2013 with Josh Korody (Beliefs, Wish) at Candle Recording and with Max Fruchtman at Rouge Valley Studios. Over the year, the band worked on overdubs in a DIY manner, recording in their rehearsal space and homes. Once everything was in place, the band reached out to mixing engineer Emilio Guim (Kira May, Lullaby North), who had just moved from Toronto back to his native Ecuador and mixed the album there in his home studio.