How Luna Became the Loudest Loud

by Devon Thomas  |  02.27.2017

Nutmeg Creative produced a mini-music-documentary for Nickelodeon about Loud House rocker-in-residence Luna Loud.

In a clip entitled “How Luna Became the Loudest Loud,” Luna, the 15-year-old Loud family sibling who often affects a British accent, encourages her family to “stay cool” and falls asleep listening to hard rock on her headphones.

Originally conceived as a spoof of VH1’s Behind the Music, the clip was written and produced by Nutmeg executive producer Mike Greaney. The mini-documentary follows the ups and downs of the Loud Family Band and Luna’s lesson that “all that matters is having fun.” Original VH1 Behind the Music narrator Jim Forbes offers his voice for the clip.


Writer and Executive Producer: Mike Greaney

Editor: Drew Hankins

Mixer: Brian Beatrice

Motion Designer: Stephen C. Walsh

VO: Jim Forbes

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