In our view, East London’s Humane The Moon is one of the capital’s most exciting newcomers to emerge so far this year.
He’s just unveiled his debut single, called ‘A Track In Orbit’. Anyone living in a ‘9-5 bubble’ will relate to the song’s sentiment, which focuses on the mundane and depressing realities of modern life.
“When I wrote ‘A Track In Orbit’, I was working on the electrics for the Claridge’s Hotel renovation. Getting on that overflowing miserable 6am train from Forest Gate, and then again at 6pm from Bond Street. It conveys a sense of frustration with the repetitive and exhausting nature of work, the passage of time, and pressure to constantly chase money. It reflects a desire to break free from this cycle. To enjoy the moment, to dance to the radio.”
Complimenting the song’s bold lyricism is its impressive indie-rock production, which delivers a style of sound that feels frantic, raw and intense in character.
The artist has already sold-out his next show at London’s Luna Lounge on the 28th July, but you can join the waiting list here.
While this is only just the beginning for Humane The Moon, we predict huge things for this talent.
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