Stone-Cold Ambience in Behind the Moon’s You, Over Me

Hailing from Stoke-on-Trent, Behind the Moon is a self-proclaimed atmospheric and eclectic two-piece that have returned with their stunningly chilling track ‘You, Over Me.’

Echoing the melancholy monotony of the pandemic’s darkest days, producer Scott and vocalist Hannah create a frightening sense of uncertainty with the latter’s eerie vocals creeping over the top of the accompanying dark electronics. Hannah puts the mood of this recent single down to reflection, particularly with the time lockdown has given the duo to focus on what styles they would like to experiment with next.

The ‘natural rhythm’ of the vocal melody, originating from the naturality of an iPhone recording, gives the song a haunting consistency that has seen it receive acclaim and airtime from BBC Introducing from Stoke. With ambitions to make up for the lack of touring last year, Behind The Moon will certainly be one to watch closely in the Staffordshire music scene.

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