• Muzik First


Amsterdam-based alt-pop singer-songwriter Luna Morgenstern has released an instantly infectious track titled “Done." The new song is about finding liberation and independence as a young woman, and being free of the notion of your existence being to please the male gaze. It’s an empowering and important message, and Morgenstern delivers it with exactly the sense of empowerment it deserves. The 80s-influenced synths in Done’s opening and its background shout invoke the sounds of Taylor Swift and Carly Rae Jepsen. Luna Morgenstern said of the song, “It was the worst fight we ever had, and with my father being my best friend, it was very hard on us both. I felt powerful, independent and light. It’s a song that I want to gift to those who have felt oppressed, patronized, judged, confined and unsupported. I sing this to all the women brought up to please the male gaze (whether intentional or not). ‘Done’ is about finding independence; it’s an ode to freedom, to be alive, and it is a reminder to be more loving to yourself and to acknowledge your own worth.”