The Fife-based singer who appeared on ITV talent show ‘The Voice’ is changing his stage name

JUŁIA, who starred on the show last year but was not selected in her blind audition, will now be known as LUNA J.

She decided to change her name as her new music is set to be heavily influenced by hip hop and punk rock, so it was felt that a new musical direction and a new name felt right together.

Its new name was inspired by a conversation with its management team.

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LUNA J’s first gig will be on March 1 at the Hard Rock Cafe in Edinburgh, where she will be performing from 9:00 p.m.

Her revamped new single, Don’t Be Shy, which is the first official release under LUNA J, is currently undergoing final mixing and is set to be released on Friday, April 22.

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LUNA J from Kinghorn said: “It’s been such a great experience and process so far and now I can’t wait to release LUNA J to the world.

“The new musical direction is nothing new to me personally and I wrote songs perfect for that feel and style years before it was even talked about between me and my management team, so I’m now buzzing about being almost ready to get it all out there and hear what my fans think.

“I think the fans are going to really buy into the new sensation and I hope even more people get a chance to listen too – some who may not have enjoyed what I was doing before as much.”

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