Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Moon Walker in the past but they are out now with a new single and I want to share my opinion about it.
There is nothing to say, I really like this Duo and they are reconfirmed with another wonderful song.
The thing I like most is the originality in their way of composing and making music.
An approach that looks to the past and that allows itself to be influenced by many genres, in some passages, their new single “Light Burns Out” reminded me of the caravan of a circus that arrives in the city bringing the contrasting charm of the atmosphere created by the nomadic life of people who have chosen an artistic life on the road.
This song hides the joy and sadness of the clown… that’s why it manages to be so fascinating.
I love the atmospheres that Moon Walkers are able to create and I also really like how they present themselves stylistically and their music videos.
A band that you need to add to your playlists.
Light Burns Out is Moon Walker’s Single Out Now!
Unique and Fantastic!
“Moon Walker has a lot to say” “Blessed with memorable hooks and a knack for posing, this is a group that is clearly headed towards large and long-lasting success. I can’t see them quitting and going off to college. Instead, I can see them recording their own “Elephant”.” “Sticking their lyrical finger in the face of greed and misguided religion, the act pull no punches with what is our favorite rock track of 2021.” “Moon Walker was birthed during lockdown, an existence where TV and social media loomed large and no one showed their smiles in public.
It is nice to hear music that makes you dance and think (deeply).” “With their Rock ‘n’ Roll swagger and penchant for a political jibe, Moon Walker have burst onto the landscape of alt-rock like a breath of fresh air. After just two singles, it’s clear the space-age duo are ready to shoot for the stars.” ““Over the course of the work the song itself seems to lose its own sanity, going deeper and deeper down into rabbit holes. A sort of interesting take on 1960s paranoia, but instead focused on the originators of that paranoia and their intense influence on the world at large, a world that appears to be bursting at the seams.”