Hunger Moon Release Beautiful New Track ‘Feel It Sometimes’
‘Feel It Sometimes’ is Midlands based duo Hunger Moon’s first release with DIY label Babywoman Records and it is simply captivating. I felt unbelievably lucky to have been listening to this prior to it’s release, what a treat.
As always, Natalie’s voice is the perfect combination of silky smooth and dark and powerful. Opening up with just vocals and guitar, this song pulls you in and it just gets bigger and better. The harmonies throughout this track are mesmerizing. It is a serious earworm and something I am not sure you can ever have too much of.
With guitar tones anyone would be proud of, it’s simple whilst stunning at the same time. Multi-instrumentalist James adds just the right amount of instrumentation to this track. Building at all the right times whilst holding onto quiet and calm moments in equal measure.
Their songwriting is honest and real which, of course, is one of their strongest elements. The duo have said that this is an extremely personal track, dealing with the breakdown of a relationship or friendship and you can hear the emotion loud and clear.
It looks like 2019 is going to be quite the year for Hunger Moon and I am excited for what is to come. Keep your eyes and ears peeled folks.
If you have yet to see Hunger Moon live, then sort it out, it is honestly such a treat to see them doing their thing. Catch them playing at Centrala in Birmingham on the 1st of June.
Helena Deakin is a music enthusiastic, who spends the majority of her time looking for new music so her Spotify playlists do not become stagnant. Having recently got into music journalism, she divides her time between finding artists to take inspiration from in her own music, as well as exciting new acts to write about and champion.
Whilst also working for Sofar Sounds Birmingham, she has been immersing herself in the music and talent the West Midlands has to offer and has been totally blown away. With a degree in Commercial Music from The University of Westminster, she has been surrounded by and grown with some extremely promising musicians on the London scene.
When she is not listening to, making, or writing about music, you are most likely to find her curled up on the sofa with a cup of tea embroidering flowers onto hoops for friends.