Come see this amazing artist in person and don't forget about her concert. You've heard her songs in many popular anime series so come sing along and support Luna Haruna!
About Luna Haruna
Born on October 11th, Luna Haruna is one of the up-and-coming AniSong (anime song) artists in Japan. Luna has loved singing and watching the animation since her childhood.
At the The 4th Animax Anison Grand Prix held in 2011, Luna became the finalist and it led her to the chance of making her major-label debut. Her debut single “Sora wa takaku Kaze wa utau” (TV anime “Fate/Zero 2nd season” ending theme song) was produced by the renowned anime song producer, Yuki Kajiura, and released in May 2012.
In August 2013, Luna released her 1st album “OVERSKY”, and she also held her solo concert at the renowned Shibuya Public Hall in December 2014.
In January 2015, she released the 7th single “Kimi Iro Signal” (TV anime “Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend” opening theme song) to be followed by her 2nd album “Candy Lips”. In this year, she held concerts at bigger venues such as Mielparque Hall (Tokyo) and Morinomiya Piloti Hall (Osaka), and both became very successful.
Currently, Luna’s hit songs are;
“Overfly” (TV anime “Sword Art Online (fairy dance arc)” ending theme song),
“Aioutae” (TV anime “Monogatari series 2nd season” ending them song),
“snowdrop” (TV anime “Monogatari series” 2nd season -Koi Monogatari-“ ending theme song”),
“Startear” (TV anime “Sword Art Online II” ending theme song”)
“Kimi Iro Signal” (TV anime “Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend” opening theme song)
“Ripple Effect” (TV anime “High School Fleet” ending theme song)
“Windia” (Videogame “Sword Art Online –Hollow Realization-“ theme song)
With her sweet-looking appearance and deeply-resonate voice, Luna has had high level of popularity both in and out of Japan, and been invited as the musical guest to the events held across the world such as Asia, USA, and Europe. She also expresses her talent as a fashion model and often appears on the cover of the popular fashion magazine “KERA”.