“"MoonBell" has a new beauty to offer and it's called "Loss". Smooth, peaceful composition with multiple sound layers and a slight taste of vocals. Very relaxing and stress-relieving work, which can be easily appreciated from the first seconds.”
Loss and grief affects everyone a bit different: sometimes it's a haunting memory, sometimes it hits you like a train. The changing nature of the song reflects how loss stays with us and changes shapes. However, the song ends on a more thankful tone pushing the listener towards a perspective of gratitude, not in order to move past the loss, but simply to view it in a different light. My hope is that this song brings comfort to listeners. This is also the last single before the full LP is released.
MoonBell's greatest fear is to forget: lose his memory, forget his loved ones, and lose his self. But this multi-instrumentalist is creating worlds for his memories to live on; MoonBell is a storyteller through synths, choral voices, looping effects and of course, his trumpet which can be heard in the foreground or background of almost every song. Influenced by his experiences living and travelling in the Canadian Prairies, the Rocky Mountains, and Spain, MoonBell composes his music like a symphony, meticulously layering sound after sound, memory after memory, with an end result that completely entrances listeners.