Norwegian artist Red Moon pulls us into the most intimate and vulnerable spaces of her mind in her new single “Emotional.” It’s a slick, lo-fi piece where Red Moon’s croons break down the idea of confrontation and finding ways to reach peace with the other party. Along with the single, the gal has also shared a video for it where she takes us on an otherworldly odyssey filled with equal parts glamour and eeriness. Check it out:
Speaking of the track, Red Moon shared: “This song is a confrontation between yourself and someone who throws you off balance; like when things escalate in a fight or when it seems like there is no way out of a specific moment. In hindsight, you know things could have been handled differently.
I’m still looking to find that ‘balance’ of finding a safe place for communicating in the midst of a fight. Because in the heat of the moment our emotions cause us to misunderstand each other and ruin what we wanted to accomplish through our fight. It’s accepting what I am feeling and still know it always takes two to want to solve a conflict.”
Joanna-Deborah Bussinger is the mastermind behind Red Moon who has been making waves last summer with her debut single “Dogma.” She released her debut EP Phase I:XI towards the end of 2020 and has been garnering support from the press for her timeless sound.
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