Graceful folk and indie musician Cujo Moon has shared his latest EP Horizons. Featured song ‘Moonlight’ starts off this four-track EP offering via Tone Tree Music / Cujo Moon , and will touch your heart with its wholesome mood. Along with the official EP release, Cujo Moon has also shared another blast from the past lyric video, this time for the featured song ‘Moonlight’.
Although dwelling on the past and some pain that goes along with the process, Cujo Moon still maintains a light production that is easy to absorb nonetheless. Not afraid to speak his mind on each single, the songwriter unpacks all that weighs his mind down in the hopes to relate to his listeners and providing a cathartic exchange for both parties in one EP.
Previously featured onRCRD LBL with the song ‘Watch You Shine’, we mentioned: “Talking about matters surrounding mental health, singer-songwriter Cujo Moon’s music highlights these issues in a somber and atmospheric embrace” Our thoughts about his enigmatic production remain the same and our love for his lyrics just grows stronger with each release.
Talking about matters surrounding mental health, singer-songwriter Cujo Moon’s music highlights these issues in a somber and atmospheric embrace. His new animated video ‘Watch You Shine’ brings Cujo Moon’s sincere lyrics to life in a surreal way – bursting with vibrant colour and ideas.
The visual narrative of the music video follows the story of the lost traveler on his way to find his own path in life, but then he gets swept away into another frame of mind. He has been pulled apart until there is nothing left in him and finds a new way of being in the colourful and transcending world of the music video. Cujo Moon does not tread lightly with his lyrical poetry, but you can be guaranteed to feel rejuvenated after every stream of his new single & music video.
‘Watch You Shine’ will feature on the singer’s upcoming solo EP releases Bridges II via Cujo Moon & Tone Tree Music on the 26th of March. Prepare to feel enlightened, as you drown your sorrows in Cujo Moon’s forward-thinking outlook on music and life.