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Dion Lunadon

Born in Auckland, New Zealand and now residing in New York Dion Lunadon played with several bands during the '90s and 2000s, most notably The D4, who released two albums on legendary NZ label Flying Nun Records. After The D4 broke up in 2006, Lunadon moved to New York City. He then started playing bass for noise rockers A Place To Bury Strangers, appearing and writing on their studio albums Worship (2012) Transfixiation (2015) and Pinned (2018) as well as several singles and EPs. While taking a break from touring with A Place To Bury Strangers, Lunadon recorded a self-titled solo album encompassing all that he loves about rock n roll.

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