Moon Loves Honey: Bubbleburst

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  • 24.9.19


True to the band's tradition of partnering with visionary animators to accompany the music's fine wistfulness with beautiful visuals, come all the singles and their accompanying visuals off Bubbleburst, the sophomore album by Aarhus' Moon Loves Honey. Comprised of ten songs, Bubbleburst features the previously unveiled singles, Every Night And Day, Crystal Clear, Oceanbird, and the sweet opener, Not Only In My Dreams, all of which come with very impressive and highly artistic videos.

For his project's second full length endeavor songwriter Jeppe Dengsø takes a bit of a more accessible, pop-bent approach, with the levels of warm melancholy staying still pretty high, and the fuzziness and well realized distortion full blown. More electronic inclined than its predecessors, the EP Apart form 2016 and the band's previous album, You Drift Away From Me from last year, Bubbleburst is still filled to the brim with strong sentiments of longing, and it sounds consistently executed all the way through. Moon Loves Honey, a genre blending project by nature and character, have no trouble bringing together sounds from modern chillwave, standardized dreampop and prime electronica into a magnetic compound.

Subtle hints of glimmering synthpop and even bits and pieces which resemble a more pompous synthwave direction make up excellent additions to the ethereal aspect of Dengsø's vision, patching together those eighties-like attributes which are evidently full of nostalgia and colorful absent-mindedness, and provide the music's innermost parts with more air and exuberance.

Multi-skilled and efficient, Jeppe Dengsø is responsible for the songwriting, all the instruments, the production and mixing of the album, while the mastering was done by Emil Thomsen.









Video by Jane Winters
Artist photo Johan Gudmandsen



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