Lunarcode was formed in the summer of 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic between guitarist Ronny Minuche, Vocalist and Lyricist Vincenzo Carubia, and drummer Jason Booth. Together they built a sound that is both fresh and original while also containing elements of nostalgia. Classic rock with a pop edge, you are sure to be singing along to these catchy tracks. Their first single "Heartbreak" has already gained acclaim in the film festival market for it's metaphoric visual art piece of a music video, taking home 3 awards in India and Sweden with many more festivals as an official selection. They are also officially endorsed by Orange Amps. Richard Smith (bass) joined the band around October 2021. The 4th installment from Lunarcode is "Hell is Just a Place", a dark nostalgic piece of cinematic art with a classic rock edge. Through the great cinematography of Justin Aguirre, wiith a taste of camp horror and the wonderful choreography of Payton Murillo, this video brings a fun dark eerie world to your screen.