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Exclusive: MOONZz Bares Her Soul On Her Evocative 'Every Every'

Mike Nied | PopWrapped Author

Mike Nied

08/17/2016 2:05 pm
Exclusive: MOONZz Bares Her Soul On Her Evocative 'Every Every' | MOONZz
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MOONZz bares her heart on her soaring new single "Every Every," and we have a first listen to the ethereal release...

Inspired by the happenings of the cosmos above, rising singer songwriter MOONZz (real name Molly Williams) attempts to unravel the great mysteries of life via music. The twenty five year old songstress touched down on the scene late last year, and her lush soundscapes and thoughtful lyricism make her a force as indomitable as nature itself.

Although relatively new to the scene, Williams' evocative releases have attracted major media attention right out of the gate. The artist's seductive debut "Satisfy" was featured in two ad campaigns for Victoria's Secret, which earned the budding songstress national exposure. From there, she's continued to enchant with her innovative releases.

Now, she's gearing up to release her debut EP Trust Cycles in the coming months, and MOONZz is rolling out the release with a series of promotional singles. Describing the upcoming EP as "the truth," Williams promises that it will explore the deepest elements of her psyche. "These songs come from experience, and leave me feeling invigorated. The passion I feel is eternal and my hope is that they resonate with you," she said of the impending release, speaking directly to her fans.

Last month, the ethereal songstress kicked things off with lead single "Wonder," a forward-thinking track that exploded across the soundscape like a shooting star. "I wonder do you wonder, too," she crooned over the aural production, reaffirming her status as one of the brightest up and comers. 

Billed as her most personal effort to date, her latest effort "Every Every" is the second single off her Trust Cycles, and it offers a closer look into the rising talent's heart.

"Every Every" features another electro-kissed production that seems to descend from above. Opening with a piano line and some swirling synths, the track evolves into a twinkling ode to opening your heart and letting someone else in. MOONZz delivers the lyrics with a sense of fragile hope, earnestly bearing her inner self for listeners.

"Always been afraid of letting go / you cut me open / taught me a side of me I didn't know," she tenderly sings to her beloved. Although the reality of their relationship scares her, MOONZz allows herself to embrace the unknown and float away into her lover's arms. It's a beautifully optimistic release that showcases the true power of love to create lasting bonds.

We at PopWrapped are proud to have partnered with MOONZz to bring you a first listen to "Every Every!" Give the lush new single a spin below!

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The single was released alongside a music video that features footage of the rising vocalist performing the single at a recent music festival. The visual provides a glimpse into the budding starlet's stage shows, and it showcases her ethereal styling and cosmic inspirations. There's an organic quality to the visual that feels raw and honest, which perfectly reflects upon the track. Check it out HERE!

Keep up to date with future releases from MOONZz by following her online! She can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SoundCloud, YouTube, and at her website! With a new album on the way and two gorgeous releases under her belt, we have a feeling that you'll want to keep an eye out for this rising talent!

Weigh in on "Every Every" in the comments below!


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