Deluna is a Napa, California sextet drawn together by a dedication to music. Their style lies where artistry of lyric and complexity of arrangement meet to form music with depth and dimension.
Symphonic, electronic, ethereal, stirring, reserved at moments and unbridled at others, Deluna strives to fall outside of common musical boundaries.
Stars' music has been described as "beautiful, eloquent indie pop", characterized by lush instrumentation, nimble production and mixing, narrative lyrics, and soft but nuanced vocals. The band's style has evolved from an electronic-pop sound as heard on Nightsongs (released on Le Grand Magistery record label) to more rock-based instrumentation on their following three full-length albums, reflecting the permanent additions of singer-guitarist Amy Millan and bassist Evan Cranley on Heart (released on Paper Bag Records), and eventually drummer Pat McGee on Set Yourself on Fire.
Their songs have been featured on Queer as Folk, Alias, The O.C., Warehouse 13, Degrassi: The Next Generation, Gossip Girl, The Vampire Diaries, Skins, Chuck, One Week and the 2011 film Like Crazy.