KILL J – Moon Sick

Another single from the Copenhagen-based wonder woman and intelligent pop fairy – Kill J and… another gem. That about sums up the beautiful ballad “Moon Sick”, which is another preview of the upcoming Kill J’s debut album.

One of Kill J’s biggest strengths as an artist is – in my humble opinion – the ability to be a badass and a lady. She combines the female power with a very special kind of female fragileness. Each song she released lately shows a new side of the musical persona she created. Each of those sides is intriguing and makes the listener longing for more. 

In “Moon Sick” we can hear (and see with the eyes of our imagination) a human being trying to figure out the world(s) around. 

“I was inspired by the multiverse theory within quantum mechanics. There are as many universes as there are choices, for every choice we make, there is a corresponding world. Somewhere there is a universe, where I’m not an idiot and I am in a perfect relationship.” – says Kill J about the song.

“Moon Sick” is a kind of a love song to the variety of Universes out there, which will probably forever stay a mystery to us in some ways. You can hear confusion, but also hope and appreciation to the wonders of the Universe. 

On a musical and vocal level, Kill J stepped into another dimension in a way with the composition. The beats cover the listener like a light, warm fog and the vocals show the immense talent, strength and uniqueness of Kill J’s voice. 

I think there is something really, truly special coming to see the light of day on the 14. June 2019, when Kill J’s debut album “Superposition” will be released. Mark your calendars for that.


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