If you’re interested in the local music scene, as in one of those who’re actually interested, you’d know by now, that this city is booming with young, talented acts. Besides already established bands such as Liss and Yung and the likes, we’re seeing a bunch of “new” acts – who all seem to know each other and be in this collective-like group – and we feel certain, that some of these bands or musicians will dominate the scene in a few years from now. Yeah, we aren’t afraid of saying it!
They come in different sounds, outfits and genres, these bands, and one of those acts impressing us at the moment are local Moon Loves Honey. Though only being around 21 years of age, they’ve managed to create this extremely atmospheric, mature Moon Loves Honey-universe – a place where you’re always willing to go, even though it’s melancholic, intense and fragile.
Back in March this year, they released a brilliant EP called ‘Apart’, and if you’ve been through it, or planning on doing it, you’ll know what I mean. There’s just something pure – yet completely broken – about it.
Another great thing about this local four-piece band is that they’ve managed to make music, photos and videos work together. A great example is with the video being released today, where these three important elements really go well with each other – as if it was the obvious way to go.
And It’s a spacey one, this video to Nothing Will Change – taken from the EP – filmed in Iceland by Sara Flindt and Thorbjørn Kaas, and edited by Nikolai Fuglsang (all are also known from the local band SANT). Every now and then, you’ll see either Sara or Thorbjørn, which, if you ask Jeppe Dengsøe from Moon Loves Honey, creates this romantic and nostalgic diary-like vibe – and I agree.
Do yourself a favour; sit back and enjoy these almost nine minutes in the company of Moon Loves Honey.