If you’ve ever been in a serious relationship, you’ll know that it is far from a perfect situation. Fights will happen, you will have your doubts but, if you’re truly committed to one another, you’ll find that you can get through anything. Space is also something that is incredibly important. If you’re glued to one another, you’ll find yourself feeling smothered and want to get away more than ever. Many nights, you’ll find yourself lying awake and hoping that things are real and, honestly, if you think that the relationship will last another night.
Modern Moon, the brainchild of Dalton Bowden, tackles this subject with the experience that only comes from someone who has been in this situation with their debut single, “Last the Night.” Premiered earlier today on New Noise Magazine, this track lies somewhere between the haunting beauty of a band like PVRIS and the atmospheric wonder of a band like Angels & Airwaves. As strange as that might sound, dual vocalists Kara Dennis and Bowden create a dynamic that is unlike anything I’ve ever heard. Moving effortlessly through it’s just under four-minute duration, the listener will find themselves pulled in from the first second and won’t be able to help singing along.
The track comes from their debut EP, Petrichor, which was produced by Doug Onstott at Alphawave Productions. Your repeat button will metaphorically scream at you, from the amount of times you’ll find yourself coming back to it. Check out the lyric video for “Last the Night” below, drop the band a like and be sure to stay tuned for more updates, as they come!
Modern Moon is:
Kara Dennis – Vocals
Dalton Bowden – Bass/Vocals
Josh Yates – Guitar
Jonathan Ruiz – Drums