Moncrieff’s “Symptoms” Goes Out For All Of Us Who Practice Bad Decisions Religiously

Neo-noir soul

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Describing his sound as “neo-noir soul”, UK blues/pop singer Moncrieff combines moodiness with exhilarating pop in his new single “Symptoms”. Peppered with trip-hop elements, “Symptoms” spreads through your system with its striking chords and hopping rhythm as Moncrieff drives you through the addictive highs and gut-wrenching lows of bad decisions. Stream below:


“Symptoms is essentially a song for people who’s only religion is for making bad decisions” shared Moncrieff. “There is something irresistible about being in a slightly unpredictable relationship. Somehow the highs and good times seem so much more vivid and defined. Not good for your health on many different levels but that doesn’t stop people from choosing it.”

Moncrieff, who has worked as Adele’s backing vocalist, is planning to debut his EP in the next few months. He will also play his firs official live shows in New York and London this October, so go see him live:

10/1 – Notting Hill Arts Club (London, UK)

10/3 – Rockwood Music Hall (New York, NY, USA)