New Town by Ludvig Moon

I love the little innuendo and subtle percussive parts on this track. There is an ambiance and space in the chording and progression that is hard to put into words. Fortunately for us, Ludvig Moon has captured this in song. The sense of space and airiness in the track is palpable.

Vocally the track has hills and valleys, great highs, and softer lows, each cascading through each other, while the whelping guitar lead snaps the listener back into the verse.

This has all the makings of great cabin-pop; recording tracks in living rooms, literal “cabins,” and while on the road. Ultimately this is a sincere recording, it’s eclectic and organic in every way.

New Town is the last track on the upcoming album, Vanilla, by Ludvig Moon, listen to this here.

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