Moondays – Cupid Station

Here is Moondays bites our hearts with Cupid Station. In notes with caressing magic assonances and mixing folk with pop echoes, they bubbling rhythm with haunting shards that lie on their sides, not without a discrete and veiled softness. Moondays’s invites you to contemplative waves, full of a serene and fiery rhythm, Closer smacks of sweet and fiery emotions. The melancholy and poignant song leads in dark harmonies with gently luminous halos, in an irresistible caressing refrain. So, with tempestuous breath, Cupid Station whispers directly to hearts, under majestic beats and intoxicating back and forth.

It is in the sometimes dark heart of their world city – Paris – that the three musicians of Moondays imagined the romantic and solitary wanderings of a certain Andy Glane, the anti-hero of their very cinematographic first studio album. The Last Sunday of Andy Glane, or a whole day in the life of this young guy who is a bit lost, a symbol (perhaps) of a generation Y in search of new landmarks.
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