Moses Mikheyev Moves Away From Haunting Prog And Towards Singer-Songwriter Pop On ‘Black Sky, White Moon’

Los Angeles based singer-songwriter and renowned novelist Moses Mikheyev returns with his new single ‘Black Sky, White Moon’, taken from the upcoming debut album I Only Have A Hundred Years To Love You

A step away form the atmospheric prog rock of his previous release ‘Hollywood Hills’, the new single ‘Black Sky, White Moon’ serves to showcase the range of Mikheyev’s songwriting which can be expected on the upcoming album.

Built around simplistic yet impactful acoustic and electric guitar riffs, the new single possesses a compelling, heart-felt soundscape under Moses’ husky vocals which give the track a central pin with the catchy melodies and relatable lyricism. Subtle atmospherics dance around the soundscape to offer the dreamy edge prevalent across his material as the track gradually builds with drums and bass slowly finding their way into the track.

Speaking about the meaning behind the single Moses Explains: “It’s a song I wrote for a girl I fell in love with during the summer of 2018. It’s a celebration of love, magic, and all-things-beautiful. I wrote the chorus in Los Angeles, the verses on a plane ride to Portland, and all of the acoustic guitar parts in Spokane. I met the girl in Seattle”


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