Rising Norvegian-swiss Artist Red Moon Returns With Her Brand New Emotional Single ‘Thirsty’
The new single ‘Thirsty’. A beautiful ode to human connection and the intensity it can bring, Thirsty is a gorgeous offering full of emotional liberation. Swooning ethereal vocals and adoring lyrics demonstrate the weightlessness of meeting your match.
Red Moon shares” “Thirsty exudes passion, drive, and freedom. It describes the feeling that anything is possible with this person you share an undeniable connection with; when your gut tells you that there is a future you will share together. So you just want to see where this spark will lead you to. To me it’s a playful and curious song about queer expression, sensuality, and a little psychedelic magic too.”
Red Moon’s music and songwriting is driven straight from her heart. “We are not creating algorithms; we are creating waves and real emotions which we transform into sounds and lyrics. Music to me is a reflection of emotion” She explained.
Earlier in 2020, the Norwegian-swiss artist burst onto the scene with her stunning debut single ‘Dogma’, a beautiful showcase of her glacial vocals teamed with sincere and flawless songwriting. Fast forward to the winter of 2020 and Red Moon has released her debut EP, Phase I:XI. Turning heads amongst press and radio with her one of a kind, sound, and energy.
Now entering her second phase, from which she has already wowed listeners with her latest release ‘Emotional’, Red Moon is ready to soundtrack your feelings.
Joanna’s creativity was heavily supported by her family. Her mother and grandmother both esteemed painters, she was encouraged to pursue all things creative. “Growing up my mother told me I was always being someone, channeling my emotions into different outputs like painting, dancing, singing”.
Later as her confidence to perform grew, she started splitting her time between her self-described magical triangle of Oslo, Berlin, and London. Taking inspiration from a healthy selection of strong female artists including Imogen Heap and Sia, she was fascinated by melodrama and emotion, something which she’s been able to confidently channel into her own music.